Silent Impact: Backcountry Skiers and Teton Bighorn Sheep
Wyoming’s Teton Range has been home to bighorn sheep for thousands of years. While neighboring herds in the Snake River and Big Hole ranges blinked out of existence due to
Places, Identities and Change
Atlas of Conflict Reduction takes deep lookat how decisions are made on the range Hannah Jaicks dispels many of our preconceived notions of that mythical character of the American West, the
Placing ourselves beside a river
When John Maclean writes of the Blackfoot River, he invokes swirling foam, shallow rapids and bottomless holes below rock reefs. He conjures a powerful sense of place, one richly etched
Concerning Saving Species of Concern
Ranch manager and wildlife biologist Rick Danvir reviews the book *Saving Species on Private Lands* by Lowell E. Baier.