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Stephanie Paige Ogburn on Wildlife on working lands get a leg up

Red Lodge | Mar 13, 2012 08:15 AM
Filed under: Wildlife , Blog Post

Hi Tom, Heather is out for much of the week so I'll give a bit of a response. While it might be our collective desire [...]

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Tom Darnell on Wildlife on working lands get a leg up

Red Lodge | Mar 13, 2012 08:15 AM
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Why should farmers and ranchers be paid by these programs? Aren't they, in their own words, the "original stewards of the land"? The promise of [...]

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Wildlife on working lands get a leg up

Red Lodge | Mar 13, 2012 08:15 AM
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Government to pay private landowners to restore habitat for dwindling species

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Expedition Denali, exploring why diversity matters

James Mills | Mar 05, 2012 05:55 AM
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The National Outdoor Leadership School hopes to raise awareness by sending an African-American team to summit Denali

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Joseph Taylor on Crowd control and wilderness redux at Yosemite's Half Dome

Red Lodge | Mar 01, 2012 06:00 AM
Filed under: Recreation , Blog Post

There are several things to keep in mind this in this particular context. First, this is a very old activity in a park, one that [...]

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Tim Baker on Crowd control and wilderness redux at Yosemite's Half Dome

Red Lodge | Mar 01, 2012 06:00 AM
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There is an easy solution to the traffic jam problem on Half Dome -- remove the cables and steps and make it clear how hard [...]

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Crowd control and wilderness redux at Yosemite's Half Dome

Red Lodge | Mar 01, 2012 06:00 AM
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How should a popular hike be managed to maintain wilderness character?

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Charlie Hohn on Lessons from the Musselshell: the aftermath

Wendy Beye | Feb 29, 2012 06:00 AM
Filed under: Water , Blog Post

good point, the Russian olives should be removed slowly as other plants are used to replace them, rather than just denuding large areas at once.

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Wendy Beye on Lessons from the Musselshell: the aftermath

Wendy Beye | Feb 29, 2012 06:00 AM
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Cottonwoods and peach willows are sprouting from seeds in great abundance along the main river, but on Careless Creek, a main tributary, no such regeneration [...]

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Charlie Hohn on Lessons from the Musselshell: the aftermath

Wendy Beye | Feb 29, 2012 06:00 AM
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It's disheartening that willows and other native vegetation were stripped from a section of the river by flooding! I would caution, though, that these plants [...]

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