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By Scott McMillion Montana Quarterly Spring 2012 Private herds helped save America’s wild bison. Today, bison restoration remains a largely private matter.
By Scott McMillion
Photographs by Peter McBride
Nature Conservancy Magazine
Can the mighty Colorado reach the sea?
By Scott McMillion Photography by Thomas Lee Montana Quarterly Fall 2011
By Scott McMillion Photography by Thomas Lee Montana Quarterly Summer 2011 The federal government spends billions in Montana. Here’s where it goes, county by county.
By Scott McMillion Nature Conservancy Magazine Summer, 2011 Can two countries come together to save a pristine valley? Excerpt: Yet isolated though it is by geography, bad roads and weather, the North Fork has been at the center of some of the continent’s thorniest struggles over development. For a century, people have tried to pull […]
By Scott McMillion Montana Quarterly Spring 2011 While most bear attacks on humans can be explained, last summer’s predatory attacks near Cooke City remind us that occasionally, bears see humans as food.
By Scott McMillion Photography by Thomas Lee Montana Quarterly Winter 2010 Montana is on the threshold of becoming a major wind energy producer. The benefits are clear, but at what costs?
By Scott McMillion Photography by Wayne Twiehaus, Larry Mayer (Billings Gazette) Sketch of First Lt. Paul Magers courtesy of Magers Family Montana Quarterly Winter 2010 Nearly four decades after his death, a town gathers to honor a pilot and ponder the memories of a bitter war.
By Scott McMillion Photography by Thomas Lee Montana Quarterly Fall 2010 Legendary rodeo poet Paul Zarzyski and singer/songwriter Wylie Gustafson team up to create music infused with the heart of the past that’s grounded in the present.