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Sarah Bierschwale

Sarah Bierschwale

Sarah Bierschwale is the marketing manager for Yellowstone National Park Lodges. She has traveled and lived in the Yellowstone area for over 10 years. She lives in Gardiner, Montana and loves to explores and share the wonder of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.


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Winter Rejuvenation in Yellowstone

Winter Rejuvenation in Yellowstone

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, December 28th, 2020

Categories: Winter

Rest & Relaxation in the world's first national park.

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7 Gifts for National Park Lovers

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, August 07th, 2020

Categories: Facts

Celebrate our National Parks with these great gifts!

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What’s Different and What’s the Same in Yellowstone this Summer

What’s Different and What’s the Same in Yellowstone this Summer

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, July 31st, 2020

Categories: Plan

While you visit this summer you will notice some things are different and yet there are several things that have remained the same.

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Unique Local Gifts from Yellowstone

Unique Local Gifts from Yellowstone

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, July 23rd, 2020

Categories: Facts

Locally made items make unique souvenirs from our nation’s first national park.

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Mammoth Hotel Grand Re-Opening Celebration

Mammoth Hotel Grand Re-Opening Celebration

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, August 20th, 2019

Categories: News

Phase one of the remodel is done. The public spaces have a new look and new amenities.

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Celebrating Yellowstone’s Native American Heritage

Celebrating Yellowstone’s Native American Heritage

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, October 31st, 2018

Categories: Facts

November is National Native American Heritage Month. We're proud to work with a number of talented Native American artists in Yellowstone. Learn more about their stories and art

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Inspired by Yellowstone

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, July 06th, 2018

Categories: General

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4 Tips for Staying Safe Around Newborn Elk

4 Tips for Staying Safe Around Newborn Elk

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, June 08th, 2018

Categories: Facts

As we celebrate spring and the birth of new life in Yellowstone, a reminder to show some respect.

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Turning Food into Flowers and Cooking Oil into Fuel

Turning Food into Flowers and Cooking Oil into Fuel

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, September 08th, 2017

Categories: Food

How Xanterra-managed national park lodges are reducing food waste and supporting sustainability

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Choose to be Straw Free

Choose to be Straw Free

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, April 05th, 2017

Categories: News

The straw-free program at the national parks helps save the environment

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Drinks Go Local at the National Parks

Drinks Go Local at the National Parks

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, May 02nd, 2017

Categories: Food

Bars, restaurants and lounges at Yellowstone serve 21 varieties of spirits made in the region.

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The Animal Kingdom: 4 Great Experiences

The Animal Kingdom: 4 Great Experiences

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, August 03rd, 2016

Categories: Facts

Whether you crave Wyoming’s valleys and mountains, Africa’s broad savannas, Georgia’s woodlands, or Ecuador’s sea islands, here are four great wildlife encounters to add to your bucket list.

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Farm-to-Table Dining at the National Parks

Farm-to-Table Dining at the National Parks

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, December 01st, 2016

Categories: General

With a number of chefs at national parks creating fresh and healthful farm-to-table menus, travelers to these beautiful locations can taste authentic local and regional flavors.

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Camping Dos & Don’ts in the National Parks

Camping Dos & Don’ts in the National Parks

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, May 27th, 2016

Categories: General

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Best Birding in the National Parks

Best Birding in the National Parks

Written by: Sarah Bierschwale, September 06th, 2016

Categories: News

Birders have racked up some impressive lists, especially in the vast and varied western national parks.

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