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'Grizzlies and us'

Rockies Today
'Grizzlies and us'
By Mountain West News • Issue #267 • View online

The uneasy coexistence of griz and humans
Grizzlies and us
A sampling of the 22 stories in the Lee Enterprises series:
Year of the grizzly: How 2021 conflicts might shape our perspectives on bears
Connectivity, livestock hang in the balance as grizzlies show up in ranching town
Survey results show Montanans love grizzlies, they also want to hunt them
Wayward griz shows how bears use the land, get in trouble
Spirit Animal: Grizzlies in the Indian world
Grizzlies in the Lower 48 walk a political tightrope
Gianforte releases grizzly delisting plan
More wildlife news
What Montana can learn from Wyoming’s approach to wildlife crossings
Wildlife manager leaves FWP concerned by lack of listening
New sage grouse data ‘alarming,’ Wyoming state biologist says
Golden eagle lovers fear a new Loveland bike path will scare off the Colorado treasure
In a world that still traps animals, can science limit suffering?
Estate planning
Subdivision with large ‘estate sites’ planned by lake near McCall, Idaho
Residents petition judge to review Jackson Fork Ranch resort approval
Idaho landowners talk about Pittsburgh Steelers co-owner buying up countryside
Home sales over $100 million exploded in 2021
A supernova of suburban sprawl, fueled by Covid
Coal's long goodbye
PacifiCorp continues to run coal unit with federal approval in limbo
U.S. greenhouse gas emissions rose in 2021 as coal use spiked, Rhodium Group says
The Supreme Court case that could upend efforts to protect the environment
Coal will account for 85% of U.S. electric generating capacity retirements in 2022
After the firestorm
Marshall firestorm shows Colorado suburbs now vulnerable as climate warms, 'hardening' needed, experts say
The threat of climate-driven wildfires is moving into unusual seasons and landscapes
After Marshall fire, residents feel ‘lucky’ with what they have, but struggle to figure out the future
Rebuilding after disaster takes a community—and a streamlined process—say Coloradans who lost homes in Waldo Canyon fire
The deadly dynamics of Colorado’s Marshall fire
What else we're reading today
The Indigenous voice at the helm of the National Park Service
Jan. 6 and the 'Sagebrush Rebels'
BLM looks to plug toxic orphan wells with infrastructure grant
Climate change threatens the future of ski resorts
Park City ski patrol union overwhelmingly votes to authorize a strike if negotiations fail with Vail Resorts
Trains will carry 'waxy crude' oil through Colorado every day after Utah approves new railway
Gold miner mulls cutting carbon with $600M Nevada rail line
Wyoming environmental agency shuns watchdog, citing critical news story
B.C. lumber producers on a roller-coaster ride as prices rebound again
Nebraska announces $500M plan to claim water from Colorado
The Western drought is revealing America's 'lost national park'
California's drought reckoning could offer lessons for the West
Dust is a growing problem. What role does farmland play?
Warmest U.S. December in history caps a stormy, mostly-sizzling year
Rockies Today is edited by Matthew Frank, fellow in regional journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana.
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