Scott McMillion – Montana

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Land snorkeling isn’t power walking, or even hiking. It isn’t about exercising your body. Rather, it’s a conscious method of exercising your curiosity. It’s not so much about finding answers as it is about finding questions. It’s a vital tool … Continued

Enduring Horsetails

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These are horsetails. Most people who live in the Pacific Northwest know them and hate them, mostly because there’s absolutely no way you can ever get them out of your garden once they arrive.   I was at a very … Continued

Sean Gerrity: American Prairie Reserve

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View Sean’s latest article, an Interview with Eric Dinerstein.   Connecting With Nature Requires Public Access to the Natural World July 2012 – Originally Posted HERE. People in the United States have a slowly eroding relationship with nature, but we … Continued

Karen Stevenson: Montana

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Land Snorkeling Notes – July 2012 The earth crunches under my feet as my dog and I go on our morning meadow walk. Even though it is five in the morning, I feel the air heavy with accumulated heat of day … Continued

What’s in a Name?

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Original Article here on Gallatin Valley Land Trust. By Whitney Tilt If only someone had mentioned that Latin might be useful one day. In elementary school, attempting to study Latin, my classmates and I often complained, “Latin killed the Romans, … Continued