It All Makes Sense From Up Here

  Mount Haig, B.C.  July 1, 2013.  I’m sitting atop Mount Haig in the Canadian Rockies, just 30 miles (48km) from the Montana border and Glacier National Park.  In front of me, the broken limestone and shale shards descend in sweeping arcs until they merge with ridge lines that go on forever.  Behind me, very close behind me, my seat drops away vertically 2,000 feet to a jewel-like turquoise lake.  I could be on top of Siyeh Peak in Glacier, but I’m not.  I’m sitting on the highest

Feds Moving to "Delist" Grizzlies in NCDE

Flathead Area Grizzlies Heading Toward "Delisting"  Federal Managers Release DRAFT Conservation Strategy, Comment Period Ends August 1, 2013.  - June 20, 2013.  The Grizzly Bear in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (NCDE) had a long way to go in 1975 when the Endangered Species Act (ESA) caught it in its safety net.  The Great Bear had been subject, his

Business for Montana's Outdoor

 June 6, 2013.  The guest column below first appeared in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle on June 10, 2013.  It speaks to the value of Montana's public land as our common currency - and ought'n we work together in a bi-partisan fashion to protect this capital asset.  It's a compelling read from the president of Business for Montana's Outdoors.  We hope you enjoy it, and maybe even check out BMO's website.


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