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by Garth Lenz, International League of Conservation Photographers

Beargrass on Mount Hefty in the Transboundary Flathead River Valley. Peaks on the left are in British Columbia; those on the right are in Glacier National Park, Montana. The area will be protected from most mining and energy development, if the details of an agreement can be ironed out.

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