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Video Trailer: Backyard by Deia Schlosberg

Deia Scholsberg is a self-described “filmmaker, photographer, graphic artist, expeditioner, conservationist, idealist-realist” currently living in Bozeman. Backyard, her new 30 minute film, is screening today at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City, California. The themes of the … Continue reading

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Video: Living with the Wild West Oil Boom

Every resident of Carbon and Stillwater Counties should watch this 30 minute video. It was created by the Dakota Resource Council. It’s one thing to read the news accounts of what the oil and gas boom has done to communities … Continue reading

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Video: Preserve the Beartooth Front

This video really struck a chord with me. It was created by a young woman named Starr Brainard, who grew up in St. Paul and is now a student at American University. Her family has vacationed in the Beartooth area … Continue reading

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Video: Chaos in North Dakota

Who’s minding the store? It’s clear that nobody is looking after the public interest. We hear it over and over again from public officials in North Dakota and eastern Montana, “This is the price you have to pay for energy … Continue reading

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Dallas and Fort Worth: 900 feet and a world apart

This is a tale of two cities. On December 11, 2013 the Dallas City Council voted 9-6 to approve a recommendation by the City Plan Commission that requires natural gas wells to be set back at least 1500 feet from … Continue reading

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A Dad’s Frack of the Day

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