Don’t Just Judge, Listen by Alyson Ogden

Sitting in a rodeo box in Augusta, Montana, I am reflecting on the juxtaposition of cultures we’ve experienced on our ride across Montana so far. This morning we spoke with Hal Herring, an avid hunter and environmentalist with a deep Alabama drawl. Along the way we’ve met activists whose chosen method of communication is theater,

Invisibilized Identity: River Systems and Sexuality by William Roddy

After reading about historical river geomorphology, floating the Bighorn River, and generally paying attention to how our society functions, I have realized that we like our rivers like we like our people: straight. We construct enormous dams and place levees so that rivers like the Bighorn will no longer meander, increasing linear channelization and ignoring
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