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Forced Out Of Yellowstone

June 7, 2018 // Yellowstone

Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenke
Despite Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk’s desire to end his 42-year-career in America’s first national park, Ryan Zinke’s Interior Department demands he leave
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Lee Metcalf: Remembering Montana's Firebrand

April 12, 2018

Montana's Lee Metcalf stood tall with giants
Mike Mansfield called Metcalf the state's greatest senator. In part 2 of Ed Kemmick's series, he also stood out as a no-apology conservationist
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A Patriot Finds Peace In The West

April 3, 2018

Former soldier Todd Johnson on a hike through Bighorn Canyon
MoJo columnist Todd Johnson, a combat veteran-turned-Park-Service ranger, salutes the stewards of public lands
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The Big Empty Is Anything But

February 27, 2018

Badlands, western Nevada
Jackson Frishman is connected to the giants of American mountaineering. He also knows the pain and euphoria of the West
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The Guy We All Wanted To Know—And Count As Our Friend

January 18, 2018

David J Swift
David J. Swift dies in Jackson Hole and we remember his everlasting spirit
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Of Coke Bottle Glasses, Diapauses And Hope For Brighter Days

January 1, 2018

Original photo by Pat Clayton (fisheyeguyphotography.com)
An angling guru's wish: Let us all develop extra-sensory perception—and greater empathy— in 2018
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