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Earth To Greater Yellowstone: Taking Note Of The Wondrous Planet We Call Home

January 17, 2019

"Earthrise," a view from Apollo 8 in 1968.
MoJo columnist Susan Marsh reflects on the value of reflection. We all need to stop and pause
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A Death Of Ethics: Is Hunting Destroying Itself?

December 12, 2018 // Hunting, Wildlife

Coyote taken in Wyoming hunt
From killing baboon families to staging predator-killing contests, hunters stand accused of violating the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Now they’re being called out by their own.
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At 50, Has The Inspiring Spirit Of The Wild And Scenic Rivers Act Been Forgotten?

November 13, 2018

Ansel Adams' famous portrait of the Snake River
Susan Marsh says Greater Yellowstone is a fount of wild American rivers—and trails— yet many citizens treat them only with greed or indifference
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When Bison Bellow Like African Lions

September 19, 2018

In Jackson Hole, a half-minute vignette of rutting bulls with the Tetons rising behind
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Bierstadt Exhibition At Buffalo Bill Will Leave You Spellbound

September 5, 2018 // Big Art of Nature, Fine Art, Museums

Bierstadt's 'Last of the Buffalo' sketch
The unprecedented assemblage of Bierstadt masterpieces is powerful window into changing West. Hurry, it runs through Sept. 30
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Wildlife Managers Want National Call To Action In Fighting Chronic Wasting Disease

August 27, 2018 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Wildlife

A Greater Yellowstone bull elk
At TRCP media summit in Bozeman, Wyoming's wildlife chief Scott Talbott reminded state feedgrounds at odds with disease science
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Bruin Lottery: Photographer Tom Mangelsen Scores A Wyoming Grizzly Tag

July 26, 2018 // Grizzly Bears, Hunting, Wildlife, Wyoming

Tom Mangelsen
Jackson Hole conservationist plans to hunt a bear with his camera, not a gun
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Is David Vela The Next Chief Of The National Park Service?

July 3, 2018 // Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, National Park Service

Grand Teton Park Superintendent David Vela
Grand Teton park superintendent rumored to be top pick. Would be first Hispanic-American to oversee agency
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The American West's Uncivil War: Assessing Watt, Zinke, Future Generations

June 3, 2018

Students gaze into the future and past of the American West
A MoJo interview with Don Snow. Part 3: how we got here and where the environmental movement goes next
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In Tom Miner Basin, Horse As Extension Of Place And Self

May 20, 2018

The Anderson Ranch in Tom Miner
For Julie Anderson, horses bring a grounding perspective in life in the wild Gallatins north of Yellowstone. Enjoy Louise Johns' new column and Western women and equines
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How Do We 'Make Meaning' Of Places Like Yellowstone?

April 26, 2018

Meghan Gupta, an undergrad at Yale, sends a message to herself in middle age
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Slower Motion: The Joy Of Dilly-Dally In An Age Of Speed

April 23, 2018

Electric Peak, Gallatin Range, NPS Neal Herbert
Susan Marsh asks: how much of nature registers if we are zooming through it?
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Weakening Wilderness Act Is Antithetical To Principle Of Landmark Law

April 10, 2018

The author seeking wilderness
Writer Michael Dax says efforts by hardcore recreation user groups to undermine wilderness protection are self-serving and short-sighted
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A Life In Wonderland

February 23, 2018 // Yellowstone

Yellowstone's legendary "winter keeper" Steven Fuller takes readers on an intimate exploration of the world's first national park. Every few days he serves up a new dispatch here
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