A Green Halloween

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 24, 2016

Halloween is right around the corner. Many people don’t realize that this favorite occasion has a large environmental ‘footprint,’ or negative impact if one does not make conscious choices. Below is a list of what you can do to make … Continued

Building a Stagecoach

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 19, 2016

This year something special was built in our Gardiner, Montana shop: a stagecoach. The stagecoaches in Yellowstone are a historic and beautiful remnant of past transportation before engines and paved roads. These days guests can still hop on a replica … Continued

4th Graders from Wind River Indian Reservation Experience Yellowstone

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 12, 2016

Excerpt from Wind River Country Magazine. Written by: Cathy Cline Kids find magic because they look through eyes of wonder, full of curiosity. To expand their horizons can be incredibly rewarding. Such was the life of some Yellowstone instructors in early October … Continued

Weird And Wonderful Things To See in Winter

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 10, 2016

When Yellowstone National Park is covered in a blanket of snow, things can get a little weird. With the 2.2-million acre park’s geothermal stew of geysers, hot springs, fumaroles and mud pots, dizzying array of wildlife and a vast and … Continued

Photographing Yellowstone’s Wildlife

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 4, 2016

How to get Instagram-worthy shots of the park’s iconic critters Written by: Steve Larese Yellowstone National Park protects 2.2 million acres of pristine valleys and mountain ranges filled with fantastical geysers, roaring waterfalls, historic lodges and, perhaps most importantly, hundreds … Continued

How Art Led to the Creation of Yellowstone National Park

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on October 3, 2016

Written by: Candyce H. Stapen Native Americans, trappers, and stalwart pioneers knew about the Yellowstone region’s amazing geysers, hot springs, rivers, bison herds, and bears long before Yellowstone became a national park. But in 1870, Wyoming was a territory and … Continued