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Perspective

Doug Ferrell
Posted on Friday, September 12th, 2014 by »

By Doug Ferrel This September we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, and also of our much loved Cabinet Mountains Wilderness. The Act was passed in 1964 by a unanimous vote of Congress [» Read More...]



A life-saving event

EmmaMcConnaughey-copy
Posted on Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 by »

By Emma McConnaghey We were almost there.  After hours of driving along steep mountain roads and deep ravines our destination was in sight: Callahan Creek.  My friend Lizzie and I had been waiting all summer [» Read More...]




Winds in the Wilderness

subalp
Posted on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 by »

At 4300ft elevation wild sarsaparilla faded out, while the terrain held strong. Scratchy, porous, ruby brushed rocks appeared housing beargrass communities of subalpine fir and huckleberry, with the noble shrubby-penstemon filling more faded enclaves. The [» Read More...]


Bad Medicine is good medicine.

TonyBrownEdit
Posted on Thursday, July 24th, 2014 by »

This piece was published in our Voices in the Wilderness Series in The Western News in July of 2014 By Tony Brown The Lincoln/Sanders County Line has a little-known, unique distinction. It divides Bull Lake [» Read More...]