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Montana Sen. John Walsh introduced a bill on May 22, 2014, calling for protections for East Rosebud Creek, a spectacular stream that rushes off the granite shoulders of the Beartooth Mountains through undulating ranchlands. East Rosebud is a stronghold for native cutthroat trout.

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A Voice For Greater Yellowstone. With stunning images and compelling stories, Greater Yellowstone Coalition's quarterly magazine brings the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to life. Each full-color issue of The Advocate provides clear and concise information about GYC's work and analysis of our major issues, ranging from grizzly bears, bison and wolves to native trout, climate disruption and protecting Greater Yellowstone's incomparable lands and waters. In these pages you will also find information about GYC's special upcoming events, wildlife viewing trips, and other opportunities to support GYC's work.

2013, Fall-Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 30, No. 3. Features include: 2013 Member Update: Snapshot Overview; Upcoming Events; Lands: A look back; Lands: A look forward; Waters: A look back; Waters: A look forward; Wildlife: A look back; Wildlife; A look forward: 30th Event: A Super Celebration; CGY 2013: Ride of a Lifetime.

2013, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 30, No. 2. Features include: 30 Years of Successes in the GYE; The View from Greater Yellowstone; Upcoming Events; 30 Years of Carnivores in the GYE; Bringing 30 Years' Commitment to the new 'Gallatin Community Collaborative'; Continuing as SE Idaho's Only Phosphate Watchdog; 30 Years of Change at Yellowstone Lake; Around the Ecosystem; 30th Annual Meeting & Celebration.

2013, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 30, No. 1. Features include: Celebrating 30 Years of Successes in Greater Yellowstone; Looking Ahead 30 Years; Upcoming Events; Around the Ecosystem; Seeing Wolves is Believing; 2013 Board of Directors Election.

2012, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 29, No. 4. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: 6 glaciers threatened by climate change; Warming's impact looms over lands, waters, wildlife; A climate minefield for moose; Wildlife Watching Trips; Adapting to climate change: repairing riparian corridors key to wildlife dispersal; A new wilderness legacy?; Columbia-spoted frogs, climate change, and chytrid fungus; Wyoming forges ahead with flawed wolf plan; Local News; Membership update; Cutthroat trout show signs of bouncing back in Yellowstone Lake; Parting Thoughts; Your Voice.

2012, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 29, No. 3. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: 4 great streams threatened by dam projects; RU4YNP? Campaign; Knitting an ecosystem; Legacy of the Shoshone; Gallatin and the gulos; Connecting the gems; Swimming against a current; Membership Survey; Guardians of Yellowstone; Yellowstone winter-use plan nears the finish line - finally; Local News; Membership update; 'Daily Show' takes Marv Hoyt on a wild ride; 2012 Annual Drawing Winners; Cycle Greater Yellowstone; Upcoming Events; Parting Thoughts; Your Voice.

2012, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 29, No. 2. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: 5 Idaho streams threatened by phosphate mining; RU4YNP? Campaign; Six Easy Pieces: The lands that make Yellowstone an ecosystem; Gallatin Range; The High Divide; SE Idaho's Phosphate District; Wyoming Range; Absaroka-Beartooth Front; Wyoming's JDR Parkway; Local News; Membership update; Hope springs anew for free-roaming bison despite continued obstacles; Cycle Greater Yellowstone; Upcoming Events; Parting Thoughts; Your Voice.

2012, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 29, No. 1. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: 5 Key Strongholds for Cutthroat Trout in the GYE; RU4YNP? Campaign; Beyond the big three; Are greater-sage grouse near a point of no return?; Upcoming Events; A big victory for solitude, wildlife in the Gallatin Range; Newest threat to southeast Idaho habitat: UTVs; It's time to start over on a flawed Wyoming wolf plan; Local News; Membership update; Bison tolerance expans in fits and starts; Next up on the AB Front: Shoshone Forest Plan; Parting Thoughts; Your Voice.

2011, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 28, No. 4. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Places to Watch Wildlife in Jackson Hole; RU4YNP? Campaign; Capital Campaign; Court win shifts grizzly focus to whitebark pine; A summer with Grand Teton grizzlies; Next steps for restoring National Elk Refuge; New Climate Report: hot times ahead for Greater Yellowstone; Local News; Support for wild bison growing; Perceiving Quality in Nature- Tripods in the Mud - Absaroka-Beartooth Front; Parting Thoughts; Membership update; Your Voice.

2011, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 28, No. 3. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Special Places in the Bighorn Basin; Wolves back in hunters’ crosshairs; Yellowstone Lake: We’re all in this daunting battle to save cutthroat trout; Grizzly incidents: a lesson for us all; 2011 Annual Drawing Winners; Expedition focuses on Absaroka-Beartooth Front’s values, threats; Local News; On-the-ground progress as climate changes loom; 2011 Annual Meeting Preview: Our New Home Taking Shape; Membership Update; Upcoming Events, Parting Thoughts; Your Voice.

2011, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 28, No. 2. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Mountain Biking Trails; 2011 AM Preview; Yellowstone bison gain room to roam; Yellowstone Park closer to resolving winter-use issue; Gas field threatens Hoback; Delisting wolves puts wolf-management spotlight on MT and ID; Future is now for Wyoming's Absaroka-Beartooth Front; Local News; 2011 Annual Drawing Preview; Greater Yellowstone: Critical wildlife ark in a warming world; 2011 Summer Outdoor Adventures; Membership Update; Parting thoughts; $100 Bill Campaign.

2011, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 28, No. 1. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Springtime in YNP; Yellowstone bison: forced to endure yet another winter of capture and potential slaughter; SPECIAL BEAR INSERT: TRACKING THE GRIZZLY, Island Park: GYC-supported bear bin project helping keep people and grizzlies safe; Absaroka-Beartooth Front: Managing conflicts; Cutthroat trout in a fight for survival; More protection for the Wyoming Range; Forest Jobs & Recreation Act; Local News; Teton wolves delight GYC group; Membership update; Parting thoughts.

2010, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 27, No. 4. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Wolf Packs of Grand Teton; GYC's 27th Annual Meeting Recap; Absaroka-Beartooth Front's future at stake this winter; Montana's Gallatin Crest: Winter Wonderland for Wildlife; Grizzlies: Rising Populations, dwindling food sources lead to human-bear conflicts; Battle over wolves intensifies in Northern Rockies; Local News; New Selenium Data: More bad news for Yellowstone cutthroat trout; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership; Parting Thoughts.

2010, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 27, No. 3. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Top Hikes in a GYE WSA; Efforts to Expand Bison Range Moving in the Right Direction; Eventually, attitudes toward wolves will change for better; Grizzly tragedies in the GYE; Bear-proof bins prevent grizzly conflicts in Island Park; A Walk on Yellowstone's Wild Side; Local News; First Clean Up Messes, Then Talk More Phosphate Mining; Commentary: In wake of ruling, it's time for new way to manage wolves; Announcements, Events, and Membership; Parting Thoughts.

2010, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 27, No. 2. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Absaroka-Beartooth Front; Montana's Wild Gallatin Crest: Another step closer to protection; Disease Superfund site nearer to reality after refuge ruling; Bison: Restoring an icon across the West; Grizzly Bears: Despite new protections, threats remain; Local News; Phosphate Mining: Glimmers of Hope in Southeast Idaho; With Wovles, it's time to separate fact from fiction; Is fourth time the charm?; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership; Parting Thoughts.

2010, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 27, No. 1. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Places to be protected by the Forest Jobs & Recreation Act; How Your Support Makes a Big Difference; Wolves: A Howling Success; Changing Behavior Patterns; A New Day for Yellowstone Bison?; Local News; A fresh Montana breeze arrives in Washington, D.C.; Exploring the Ecosystem; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership; Parting Thoughts.

2009, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 26, No. 4. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Cross Country Skiing; Winter in Yellowstone; The Elk Refuge Boondoggle; Yellowstone's Winter-Use Plan Lessens Impacts; Local News; A Win for a Wild Gallatin; Exploring the Ecosystem; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2009, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 26, No. 3. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Wolf Watching; Shattering a Stewart Legacy; Wolves: When a Loss is a Win; A new day for wildlands in southwest Montana; Local News; Grizzly win helps conserve spirit of a wild Yellowstone; Restoration: A great day at Blackrock; GYC Challenges Idaho's bid to carve up Roadless; Exploring the Ecosystem; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2009, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 26, No. 2. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Hiking Trails; New World Mine project: A blueprint for reclamation; 26th Annual Meeting Recap; Wolverine Wanderlust; Local News; Simplot shooting the Messenger over layoffs; Exploring the Ecosystem; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2009, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 26, No. 1. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down; The Best of the GYE: Views & Vistas; Phosphate: Success at Smoky Canyon; Where the road ends, freedom begins; Victory! Congress Passes Snake Headwaters and Wyoming Range bills; Local News; Wolf de-listing proposal illegal and disappointing; Exploring the Ecosystem; Quarterly Wins; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2008, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 25, No. 4. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; Migration: The Key to Survival; Ancient Path in Peril: Pronghorn; Bison without Borders; Around the Ecosystem; One Fence at a Time; Water Around the Dam; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2008, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 25, No. 3. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; The Perfect Firestorm; The Lessons of '88; The New Face of Fire Management; Around the Ecosystem; Not too Hot to Handle; The Day After: Yellowstone Alive And Well Even Then; Living at Ground Zero; GYC's Wildlife Brigade; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2008, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol. 25, No. 2. Features include: The View from Greater Yellowstone; "Thinking Like A Mountain"; David vs. Goliath; Following in Hallowed Moccasin Steps; It's All About Habitat; 25 Years of Conservation Success; GYC's 25th Annual Meeting Recap; Around the Ecosystem; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2008, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Advocate

Vol 25, No. 1. Features include: Quick Bites, an update on Issues; Keeping Threads from Fraying is Key to Healthy GYE; The Private Landscape: The glue that holds Greater Yellowstone together; Community Conservation: Creating a Coalition for the Henry's Fork; Profile - John Harrington; Building the Wyoming we Want; Around the Ecosystem; Idaho Residents and Clean Water Prevail; Cody's Quiet Recreation; Announcements, Events, and Membership.

2007, Winter: The Greater Yellowstone Report

Volume 24, No. 4. Features include: Greater Yellowstone's Changing Winter; Quick Bites, an update on issues; Our Changing Winter: What it might mean for Greater Yellowstone; Winter in Yellowstone: What Legacy Will We Leave?; World Champion Skier on Crusade to Save Winter; Around the Ecosystem; Diverse Interests Unite in Opposition to Proposed Bear River Dam; Sleeping Giant Ski Area to Reopen with Grizzlies in Mind; Membership, Events, and Announcements.

2007, Fall: The Greater Yellowstone Report

Vol. 24, No. 3. Features include: Bear Conservation in Greater Yellowstone; Quick Bites, an update on issues; Grizzly Bears; Are grizzly bears ready to come off the Endangered Species List? GYC's Perspective; Yellowstone's Grizzlies; ensuring their future; Being Bear Wise in the Wapiti Valley; Around the Ecosystem; Wolves at a Crossroads; Home on the Range: The Realities of wolves on a working landscape; Yellowstone wolves: Teaching us the connections; Membership, Events, and Announcements; Giving Back to the GYE.

2007, Summer: The Greater Yellowstone Report

Vol. 24. No. 2. Features include: Doing the Right Thing, and Doing Things Right; Quick Bites, an update on issues; 2007 Annual Meeting recap; Encountering the Earth: Thoughts of a mad hiker; The Wyoming Range: Too special to drill; Around the Ecosystem; Watershed Moment: Sen. Craig Thomas Delivers Wild & Scenic Bill; Honoring our 2007 Award Winners; The View from the Top; Events, Membership, and Announcements.

2007, Spring: The Greater Yellowstone Report

Vol. 24. No. 1. Features include: For the Rivers; Quick Bites, an update on the issues; Where Water Flows in Wyoming; People of the Rivers; River Protection Measured in Feet; Coming to Conservation from all Angles; Around the Ecosystem; Where have the cutthroat gone in Caribou Country?; Greater Yellowstone Staff Explore the Rivers; Inside GYC; Membership and Announcements.