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Rose Creek. Photo courtesy of Yellowstone Association Institute.

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This tree thinks you should vote.

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The Crown of the Continent, as seen in Montana. Photo credit: Cristina Eisenberg

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Elk browsing aspens in Yellowstone National Park. Photo by Cristina Eisenberg.

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This Friday, get some history about the 1988 fires that devastated Yellowstone. Rocky Barker, environmental reporter for the Idaho...

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This week’s pick is from Lauren Koshere: “How’s the Park lookin’ these days,” asks a gravelly voice on the other end of the telephone line, “after they let those fires ruin the place?” As a reservations agent for in Yellowstone National Park, I answer...

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A reporter recently called me, asking what changes in environmental policy I hoped to see in an Obama Administration. I immediately thought of the specific issues that have troubled me over the past eight years: unregulated oil and gas exploration in the...

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When did the modern era in fire management begin? For much of the American public it began in the summer of 1988 when flames soared through Yellowstone day after day on their TV. The message broadcast by the fire community was that fire was a natural...

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