A Wolverine Named Olive

A Wolverine Named Olive WHAT HER STORY AND THAT OF OTHERS TELLS US ABOUT THE IMPACTS OF RECREATION ON SENSITIVE SPECIES by Rebecca Watters, Mountain Journal MARCH 29, 2018 What are the potential impacts of outdoor recreation on uncommon, discreet, solitude-seeking species like the wolverine?  Recent media reports have been circulated about the conclusions of a…

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Bear’s Ears: Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Podcast by Scott Carrier, March 14, 2018 Listen to Bear’s Ears, Part Five: Traditional Ecological Knowledge, from Scott Carrier’s “Home of the Brave” – Round River executive director, Dennis Sizemore, and Jonah Yellowman, board member and spiritual advisor to Utah Diné Bikéyah, tell the story of the origin of the Bear’s Ears proposal.   http://homebrave.com/home-of-the-brave//bears-ears-part-five-traditional-ecological-knowledge…

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