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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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The Next Endangered Species in Hip Mountain Towns: Local People

May 19, 2021

 It's a scene repeated throughout the Rockies
As greedy landlords convert homes and apartments into pricey short-term rentals for tourists, many longtime residents are feeling exiled from their own communities. John Potter sizes it up
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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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Are There Enough Park Rangers To Go Around?

May 5, 2021

Rangers on the front lines of crushing visitation
With record crowds poised to descend on Yellowstone and Grand Teton, cartoonist John Potter laments how rangers every year have to do more with less
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Is 'Wildland Conservation' That Does Not Emphasize Wildlife Really Conservation?

April 28, 2021

Well-known artists, writers fill volume edited by Katie Christiansen
Delightful new 'Artist's Field Guide To Yellowstone' offers inspiring reasons to care about protecting wildlife in Lower 48's famous bioregion 

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The Adventures Of Modern Conquistadors

April 21, 2021

Sharing intel for fame and glory
MoJo cartoonist John Potter laments how social media and the egos of human 'explorers' are sullying the last best wild places
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