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Month / October 2014

Protecting Wildlife in Practice

Moose, deer, elk, sometimes one of our shy local carnivores, sometimes a hard-to-photograph bird—it’s hard to visit Facebook without seeing wildlife through the lens of a wildlife fan or photographer, amateur and professional alike. Clearly we find huge value in having wildlife around and being able to view it. Can we measure this value? Or, […]

This Ain’t Housing

Housing? This ain’t it. Did you know that in a recent survey 2% of Teton County residents indicated they were camping? The Western Greater Yellowstone Regional Housing Needs Assessment just came out. It contains valuable data on the state of our housing situation. It has some suggestions. And it takes the long view. First, the […]