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She, Wi Mi Ma, The Full Moon, Is Ushering Forth Change

October 1, 2018

Lois Red Elk: the power of feminine energy isn't new; it's ancient and there in the sky
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Ode To The Autumns Of Our Lives

October 1, 2018

South Fork of the Snake River
For naturalist Susan Marsh, fall is the season of visual warmth, and reflection on fallibility
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Let's Not Denude 'The Valley Of Flowers'

September 26, 2018

Bridger Mountains
Timothy Tate asks: is it possible for mountain towns to grow without losing their soul?
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Reflections On The Fatal Grizzly Bear Mauling In Wyoming

September 19, 2018

A Greater Yellowstone grizzly
Hunting guide's death is tragic and circumstances surrounding it raise many questions. A look at the nature of human-bear incidents
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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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Atop The Ecosystem Custer-Gallatin Shines

September 13, 2018

Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
In MoJo's new series "Beyond the National Parks," we explore Greater Yellowstone's longest national forest
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Gallatin Range Deserves Wilderness Protection: An Ecologist's Op Ed

September 6, 2018

A view of the Madisons from the Gallatins
George Wuerthner says one of Greater Yellowstone's most important wildlife areas is unprotected
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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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Pondering Greater Yellowstone's More Crowded Future

September 4, 2018 // Ecosystem Protection, Leadership, Wildlife

An eruption of masses at Old Faithful
Major scientific conference, 'Tracking the Human Footprint,' opens Sept. 11 in Big Sky. It is final hurrah for Dan Wenk
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Elk Medicine

September 4, 2018

A bull elk in Yellowstone
Heh'aka brings healing and emotional protection in two poems by Lois Red Elk
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Remembering Ed Marston

September 3, 2018 // Media

Betsy and Ed Marston
Former publisher of High Country News helped make it 'a voice for the American West'
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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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Feeling Low? Even In Mountain Towns You Can't Escape The Blues

August 26, 2018 // Community, Community Change, Mental Health

Are you feeling stressed in these times?
Timothy Tate, MoJo columnist and mental health professional, identifies the top five reasons why people seek his help
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