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Of Young Men And Reform School

April 1, 2018

Corrections officials chat behind the fence at Pine Hills.
In this age of firearm proliferation, how do we stop tragedy and who decides if a troubled teen can be healed?
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Plummeting Morale In The Forest Service: Why It Should Matter To Americans Who Love Nature

March 27, 2018

The Bridger-Teton National Forest.  Image courtesy imgur user Show Us Your Togwotee
Another tour de force piece from Susan Marsh on a once proud federal public land agency
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Roar: Random Musings From A Montana Hook And Bullet Conservationist—Part I

March 26, 2018

A stuffed African lion and Nile crocodile
MoJo columnist T. H. Crawford, lifelong hunter and African safarian, shares thoughts on Trump Administration's International Wildlife Conservation Council
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#MeToo In A Culture Of Good Old Boys

March 7, 2018

Photo courtesy Kristen Honig / NPS
Susan Marsh says Forest Service created ripe conditions for backlash
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My Golden Weeping Willow—Finding Grounding In The Spectacular Ordinary

February 1, 2018 // Co-existence

A golden weeping willow (MaxPixel)
Naturalist Susan Marsh opens her old journal and muses on boredom, beauty, impermanence and the lament of a favorite tree cut down
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Of Dads And Mountain Daughters

January 30, 2018 // Culture, Community

Daughter Abbey on a trip home
A foundational relationship in a woman’s life, its impacts lasting a lifetime
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