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30 X 30: Biden's Bureaucratic Bogeyman Or A Real Plan To Curb Climate Change?

June 7, 2021

Wildlife movement fits into national climate change strategy
Protecting healthy wildlife ecosystems like Greater Yellowstone is a central thrust of strategy. MoJo's Tom Sadler and Todd Wilkinson provide an overview
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The Unspeakable Past Of Indian Boarding Schools

June 7, 2021

Students at the Kamloops School
A grim discovery in western Canada is yet another shocking reminder of how Indian schools were instruments of genocide. Lois Red Elk offers two poems that speak to their legacy
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Scary Bear Tales

May 26, 2021

Mama describes the most dangerous animals in the woods
Grizzly oral traditions: What MoJo cartoonist John Potter overheard at a Greater Yellowstone backcountry campsite
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Eruption: How Human Development Is Degrading The American Serengeti

May 25, 2021

Big Sky and what used to be wild Montana
Big blowups: Stunning visuals from Google Earth show how private land development and resource extraction on public lands are harming wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
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A Novel About Lobos—With The Big Bad Wolf Nowhere In Sight

May 14, 2021

Moritsch writes fiction but not fairy tales lacking in science
For decades, Barbara Moritsch worked as an ecologist in some of the most visited national parks. In her novel she dispels backward attitudes toward wolves
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Things That Can't Be Re-Created

May 12, 2021

Remember the climber who hammered in bolts on petroglyphs?
After a climber in Utah brazenly bolted a route across ancient indigenous petroglyphs, believing they were "graffiti," MoJo cartoonist John Potter says it spells only one thing
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