Features

Cross Cultural Conservation

January 7th, 2019

Father and son Richard and Jason Baldes Look at the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem as Conservationists and as Eastern Shoshone, A Tribe Whose Ancestry Spans 13,000 Years in the Tetons.

David J Swift

December 26th, 2018

Photo Gallery

The Remarkable Staying Power of Ski Bums

December 20th, 2018

The disappearance of ski bums has been predicted for decades, yet the lifestyle perseveres, albeit evolved.

Elk Feeding’s Fuzzy Future

December 13th, 2018

After more than a century, changes are afoot to the elk-feeding regime on the National Elk Refuge, but it remains unclear how managers will meet their goals.

Going, Going, Gone?

June 19th, 2018

Over the last 10,000 to 160,000 years, melting and receding glaciers created much of the Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park landscapes we know today. In thirty years, it’s likely some of the park’s glaciers will be history. Does it matter?

Wild for Wildlife

June 18th, 2018

Photo Gallery

Van Life

June 1st, 2018

Whether out of choice or by necessity, some Jackson Hole residents call a van their home.

The Comeback of the Cutthroat

May 21st, 2018

An exotic species crashed the upper Yellowstone River’s native cutthroat trout population, but decades of aggressive eradication efforts aimed at the invasive fish have morphed the remote river back into a bucket-list destination for anglers.

Public Lands in Public Hands

March 2nd, 2018

The Wyoming Public Lands Initiative charges communities to come up with recommendations for managing local parcels of federal land long stuck in limbo. Is there a chance it will work? Do we want it to?

Partners in the Snow

January 26th, 2018

Some of the valley’s most popular ski partners are dogs.

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