A new nature guide from Montana State University and the Yellowstone Association helps visitors to Yellowstone National Park use color coding to identify which microorganisms might live in the park’s hot springs.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Congress is not an institution that most Americans would characterize as particularly productive. But the period between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is typically even less productive than usual — if that's possible.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The drama plays out over a distance of miles under a veil of gray winter light, out in a vast and frozen landscape near the confluence of Hellroaring Creek and the Yellowstone River.
The coyotes in Yellowstone National Park ruled the roost for about a century after the wolf was exterminated. After the wolf reintroduction, life has gotten more difficult. Once seen roaming carefree next to the roads in the park, coyotes now maintain a lower profile, keeping a close eye out…
The Yellowstone Association’s Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus offers several comfortable cabins where folks can stay inside the park. Amenities include a communal kitchen to prepare meals and men’s and women’s solar-heated bath houses, complete with heated floors.
Students from Star Lane High School in Casper, Wyo., unload their belongings at the Yellowstone Association’s Kendeda Field Campus overlooking Gardiner. They spent part of last week taking educational field trips into the park sponsored by the association.
Yellowstone Association resident instructor Shanna Baron, center, answers questions from Casper high school students Shaylynn Newport, left, and Kellie Pyle last week as they view wolves through a spotting scope near Hellroaring Creek and the Yellowstone River.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Yellowstone National Park is hosting a teacher workshop on the climate next week.
By the end of this year, Aldrich Lumber will follow the traditional trail of urban lumber yards: close the yard that’s been swallowed up by the city, move to the new edge of town and start over.
Pat Cole recently retired as executive director of the Yellowstone Association after 25 years of service.
The Yellowstone Association has concluded its major capital campaign by raising more than $8.3 million and completing five major projects that support the National Park Service's initiatives to preserve Yellowstone National Park and educate its visitors.
GARDINER — The white rumps of antelope lounging on a distant hillside seem to glow like lanterns across the deep chasm the Yellowstone River has cut 500 feet below the cabin deck where Nick Derene stands.