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Zinke Stops Proposed Mines On Yellowstone Doorstep and In Paradise Valley, Montana

October 9, 2018

The Yellowstone River and Emigrant Peak
But will conservationists, business community also support limits on other forms of 21st-century resource exploitation to protect ecosystem?
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In Hostile Times, Civil Servants Deserve Sympathy, Not Bashing

October 3, 2018

Van Tighem in the Canadian Rockies
Kevin van Tighem, who once served as superintendent in Canada's equivalent of Yellowstone, has harsh words for the deteriorating tenor of social media
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Do We Need New Maps To Protect Nature Or A New Land-Based 'Mythology'?

October 3, 2018

Livingston, Montana
Lee Nellis, a longtime planning guru in Greater Yellowstone, responds to Lori Ryker's call for a new blueprint in thinking about development
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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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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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