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A Human Toll That Can No Longer Be Ignored: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

February 11, 2019

Remembering missing indigenous women
Erika Ross gives a speech that lays out the magnitude of violence committed against women in Indian Country. Why has it taken so long to address this grave injustice?
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So Help Us God: When Faith Is Used As A Blunt Weapon

February 6, 2019

U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming
With climate change, public land issues and other important matters before House Resources Committee, will lawmakers swear to God that they'll be seeking the truth?
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Man Who Killed Wolf Inside Grand Teton Pleads Guilty

February 6, 2019

A wolf in Greater Yellowstone
Is fined $5000, receives probation and prohibited from killing wolves for a year. Also calls attention to larger issue of sport hunts allowed near national park borders
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The Artful Angler

January 23, 2019

Mike Gurnett and giant fly
Life after government: Mike Gurnett celebrates wildlife in metal after being a spokesman for the natural world         
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Dreams: What Are They Trying To Tell Us?

January 22, 2019

   Dreams can seem more real than reality.
Flowing forth from the streams of our unconsciousness are insights sometimes more profound and visions more real than what we know when our eyes are open
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Protector's Heart: From The Mouth Of A Young Woman, Hope

January 21, 2019

Fourteen-year-old Florence Doyle
Wisdom of Youth: Teenager Florence Doyle brings powerful remembrance from Indian Country at 2019 Women's March
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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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Climate Change: Making Sense of Hansjörg Wyss's $1 Billion Stake In Our Common Future

January 16, 2019

To confront climate change, what are you willing to do?
Giving Back To Greater Yellowstone Can Also Mean Not Taking The Things That Sustain It
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Two Stories About Shung-mani-tu Tanka—The Lobo

January 11, 2019

Little Red Riding Hood
Lois Red Elk Tells Different Tales From "Little Red Riding Hood"
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Navigating The Wilderness Within

January 10, 2019

Artwork courtesy John Felsing
Timothy Tate: Just as the backcountry brings perils, so, too, the mental space filled with charged emotions at the start of a new year. 
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Robert T. Fanning, America's Premier Wolf Doomsayer, Passes On

January 7, 2019 // The New West, Wolves

Robert T. Fanning (1949-2018)
Former Chicago businessman moved to Montana to hunt big game and enjoyed fame as a hater of lobos
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Grizzly Matters: A Recap Of Court Actions Involving Greater Yellowstone Bears

January 6, 2019 // Burning Off, Grizzly Bears

A griz in search of connectivity?
When it comes to true recovery for America's most famous bruins, the focus is not on numbers but biological connectivity
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Finding Personal Transformation In Nature's Higher Ground

December 29, 2018

Campfire enlightenment up Tom Miner
At the Anderson Ranch, "learning/adventure vacations" bring people together through fun, wildlife and stories shared around a campfire
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With Wildfires, It's Easy To Rake Trump Over The Coals

December 19, 2018

Better forest health via raking?
But MoJo columnist Steve Primm, a volunteer firefighter, says it's more important to heed the burning facts
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