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Wolf whiplash

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Wolf whiplash
By Mountain West News • Issue #240 • View online

Zealous wolf-hunting laws may backfire
Feds to explore relisting wolves as endangered
Tribes demand emergency protection for wolves
Opinion: On the eve of Montana's wolf slaughter, how the West is being lost
Shoot, snip, swipe, get pinched for poaching
Essay: How wildlife sightings create community
Farmers in a fix
A world with less water: Idaho farmers sound off on drought impacts
Drought haves, have-nots test how to share water in the West
Farmers hit with most disruptive price hikes, supply shortages in decades as pandemic slowdowns catch up to Colorado
Montana farmers and ranchers face low yields, hay shortages in drought year
Summer drought sizzled Alberta's pork industry
Could climate change put an end to Arizona's alfalfa heyday?
Limits to growth
Salt Lake City is one of the biggest winners of the past decade. Three things will challenge its future growth.
‘It could take years’ to solve ozone pollution on the Wasatch Front, state regulator says
Pandemic pushes prices to ‘insane’ levels for Utah renters
Utah named worst state for women's equality for fourth year in a row
Giving a dam
Declining salmon population threatens fishing tourism in Pacific Northwest
Idaho salmon industry feels the pain from dismal runs
Opinion: President Biden needs one voice to lead on Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson’s plan to save salmon
Help us understand Pacific Northwest salmon and treaty rights
Wildfire wire
Climate change, logging collide—and a forest shrinks
COVID hits wildfire fighters even harder than last year
The unequal impacts of wildfire
Western fires are burning higher in the mountains and at unprecedented rates as the climate warms
What else we're reading today
Hospitals across the Mountain West ration care for everyone as the unvaccinated fill ICU beds
‘All I want to do is help people get over this pandemic’
Wyoming hate-crime bills fail, again
Yellowstone National Park sets August record for visitors
Looking south: Development and the shifting face of south Bozeman
'Can't please everybody.' Community members, local officials continue to question southern Idaho wind project
Climate change increases rare earth elements in Colorado’s Snake River
‘Mine burp’ causes water discoloration of Animas River north of Silverton
Climate change isn't coming in the future, it's already here. This is how it's impacting your everyday life.
On the Navajo Nation, 'putting seeds in the ground is our greatest act of resistance,' Fort Lewis students learn
Will Idaho be among the next group of states to legalize recreational cannabis?
Rockies Today is curated 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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