Giving Beer Bottles New Life

Giving Beer Bottles New Life

Yellowstone National Park is recycling its bottles into furniture and lodging features By Veronica Stoddart Where can you drink a bottle of beer, recycle it, and then sit on a bench made from that bottle?...
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Secrets of Winter Wildlife Watching

Secrets of Winter Wildlife Watching

Written by: Candyce H. Stapen In winter, Yellowstone National Park morphs into a picturesque wonderland, complete with snowy woods, ice pellets of geyser rain, frozen waterfalls, and abundant animals. Although the bears hibernate, bison, elk,...
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The People of Yellowstone … in Their Own Words

The People of Yellowstone … in Their Own Words

Three longtime employees share the joys — and surprises — of working at the national park Written by: Candyce H. Stapen A memorable place to visit, Yellowstone National Park makes even more of an impression...
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5 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone This Winter

5 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone This Winter

Are you planning a winter getaway? Instead of heading south to escape the snow, embrace it and spend your winter vacation at Yellowstone National Park! Winters in Yellowstone are a unique time to explore the...
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A Green Halloween

A Green Halloween

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...
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Building a Stagecoach

Building a Stagecoach

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...
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4th Graders from Wind River Indian Reservation Experience Yellowstone

4th Graders from Wind River Indian Reservation Experience Yellowstone

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...
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Weird And Wonderful Things To See in Winter

Weird And Wonderful Things To See in Winter

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...
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Photographing Yellowstone’s Wildlife

Photographing Yellowstone’s Wildlife

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...
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How Art Led to the Creation of Yellowstone National Park

How Art Led to the Creation of Yellowstone National Park

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,...
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