In Bryan Wells’ backyard, you can see a grizzly bear, a black bear, a grey wolf, a mountain lion, a wolverine, a Canada lynx, an elk, a deer, a moose, a bighorn sheep, a mountain goat, a golden eagle, a bald eagle and a pika.
The Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act, which would permanently ban mining on 30,000 acres of Custer Gallatin National Forest, is one signature away from becoming law. The act is a part of a public lands package passed by the U.S. House
February 12 at 5:06 PM The Senate Tuesday passed the most sweeping conservation legislation in a decade, protecting millions of acres of land and hundreds of miles of wild rivers across the country and establishing four new national
The Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act, which is part of the Public Lands Package, is one step closer to reality.
A long-delayed public lands bill with key Montana provisions easily passed a first vote in the U.S. Senate Tuesday. Lawmakers voted 99 to
Livingston and Park County have been featured in the news many times in the past week. Many of our local issues carry national importance because our county is the northern gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Millions of visitors pass through here every year, remember the unique beauty of this place and continue to pay attention,
It was always the intention of the editors of Unearthing Paradise: Montana Writers in Defense of the Greater Yellowstone that the anthology would inspire other artists to create new work that speaks to the issue, lending another voice to the chorus opposing the Yellowstone Gateway Mines. We couldn’t be more happy to share one of those
- What: Community Open House on Mineral Withdrawal Proposal
- When: Wed, Jan 18, Show up any time between 4:00-7:00 pm
- Where: Shane Center, 415 E Lewis St, Livingston (MT)
The U.S. Forest Service will be holding a community open house on January 18th, from 4:00-7:00 p.m., at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts in Livingston