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

Spring Fling

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  On the morning when the sun descends snow-crested peaks, rinses the valley with light, the cherry trees burst their buds, the willow puffs up and gleams, and the western tanager flies in. He flits in the willow after insects, … Continued