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"B ison are the most obvious presence on the landscape, other than cattle. They are big animals and they leave big dungs pats. But when you walk around, it becomes pretty obvious there is a fairly substantial jackrabbit population. You see a lot of pellets. It turns out rabbits were consuming twice as much forage as the bison."


On The Bookshelf
Barbara Theroux reviews S.M. Hulse's "Black River"

1/22/2015

Mountain West Perspectives
Montana's two-year colleges revamp education to meet changing workplace demands


11/20/2014

A Look Ahead
April 1-May 1: Water in the American West, a free, online college level course, offered by The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and Western Water Assessment at the University of Colorado. Register now.

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