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Having moved out to remote areas of Montana for work after college, Melissa DiNino found herself in places that were

Chet Robertson spends his time doing weird things in the mountains for a living. No, he’s not a professional rock

Recently, our stewardship coordinator Bre Owens had the pleasure of speaking with Wendell Gilgert about two under-appreciated, and time-sensitive, ways

Nicole Masters is an independent agroecologist, systems thinker, author and educator. She has a formal background in ecology, soil science

Humans of the Working Wild is a collection of stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working

Kelsey Scott is a fourth generation rancher, artist, entrepreneur and leader in her community on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian

Starting Jun 1, 2021, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) began a public comment period on the proposed listing

"When my dad died and then my mom died and my sister and I sat down to decide the future

The USDA recently announced new funding availability in California, Oregon, Colorado and Arizona under the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Environmental

Humans of the Working Wild is a collection of stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working

It was spring 2008. The Phantom Hill wolf pack was in the sheep again. As ranchers scrambled to defend their

And I do. I cut tortillas into tiny squares and toss them out in the yard. My birds consume finely