Fire is a major player in the climate-driven ecosystem changes occurring in Glacier National Park By Ben Carlson

As we arrived at our campsite in Glacier National Park after a breathtaking ride over Logan Pass on the Continental Divide, I felt as though I was home. Glacier’s ecosystem is strikingly similar to that of my hometown of Breckenridge, CO. Both places are strikingly beautiful, yet prone to intense wildfires that are growing more

Acknowledging the relationships we hold with the land, people and its other inhabitants By Seneca Norvell

Helen Augare-Carlson felt confused when she first heard the land acknowledgement of her alma mater, the University of Montana in Missoula. A Blackfeet educator, Augare expected a recognition of the relationships the Salish and Kalispel and the university have with the land the university now stands on. Instead, the statement declares that the land the

Resilient communities are better able to weather economic and climate change By Rachel French

The Cream of the West warehouse smelled like fresh breakfast cereal. In the sparsely furnished warehouse there were big metal bins and conveyer belts—the roaster, the cooler and the packaging machine. Alicia Moe, the general manager of Cream of the West, explained that the machines that make this business possible were brought to Harlowton in
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