As the world’s first national park, Yellowstone has long stood as a
beacon of conservation success. Hard work over generations has kept the
20-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem largely intact, with a full compliment of
native wildlife species. Keeping Greater Yellowstone healthy and intact has
never been easy, and now we find ourselves facing a new challenge:
Climate Change: A Greater Yellowstone overview
Overview: As the world’s first national park, Yellowstone has long stood as a beacon of conservation success. The Greater Yellowstone Coalition has kept the 20 million acre ecosystem largely intact, with a full complement of ...
Overview: In an effort to document the changes already underway and summarize what scientists have predicted is likely to occur in the future, the first-ever comprehensive report on climate change effects in Greater Yellowstone has ...
Overview: Part of the ongoing transformation of the western landscape is a vital natural process – wildfire. On one hand, fire has many ecological benefits to our forestlands. On the other hand, residents living in ...