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Covid Reflections: Before The World Shut Down Sarah DeOpsomer Got Sick

March 28, 2021

A string of covid masks in southwest Montana
A year after the pandemic reached the interior West and brought the globe to a standstill, this Bozeman resident survived her own brush with the virus. Now she looks back
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Is Gallatin County Willing To Sacrifice Its Namesake Elk To Rural Sprawl?

March 24, 2021

Will viable ag or elk disappear from Bozeman first?
The amazing images of Holly Pippel, a nature photographer from Gallatin Gateway, Montana, remind us what's at stake as Bozeman's boom threatens the persistence of wildlife
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Leave No Trace—Of What?

March 24, 2021

Explore loudly and leave a big track?
In his latest comic, MoJo cartoonist John Potter tackles the human footprint and ponders the difference between re-creation and recreation
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Fishing's 'Hero Pose': How Do The Fish Feel?

March 23, 2021

Smile, hold the fish and count your breath
In MoJo's The Week That Is, we have a lively conversation about efforts to be kinder to fish when we pull them from the water and mug for the camera
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Pando: Charismatic Megaflora And The Populus Paradox

March 21, 2021

Meet the largest living organism on Earth
Two ecologists pay tribute to one of the largest living organisms on Earth—an imperiled aspen tree that is also a mighty Western forest
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The So-Called 'Underutilized Backcountry'

March 18, 2021

Turning backcountry into frontcountry
This week cartoonist John Potter spoofs claims by federal agencies and outdoor recreationists that wildlands are practically worthless unless filled with more human funhogs
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