Mobile science – Wolverine research brings together unlikely groups

By Sarah Jane Keller Missoula News/Independent Publishing Three months ago at a trailhead in eastern Idaho’s Centennial Mountains, wolverine research technician Kyle Crapster eyed two snowmobilers from across the parking lot as they pulled avalanche safety gear from a sticker-emblazoned truck. He suspected they were heading for the steep, open slopes that help make this area…

Michael E. Soulé

Michael Soulé is presented the Paul Shepard Conservation Award

March 20, 2014. On Tuesday evening, before Dr. Soulé’s lecture at the Westminster College/Round River Conservation Studies Common Lands Lecture Series, Michael was presented Round River’s Paul Shepard Conservation Award for his conservation achievements.  With Flo Shepard in the audience, Michael accepted an engraved Ruana knife in his honor.  Below are several comments from others honoring…