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Comments Sought On Temporary Parking Proposed Near Fairy Falls Trailhead

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Public comment is sought on a proposed temporary parking area near the Fairy Falls Trailhead at Midway Geyser Basin.

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Nearly 4.3 Million Visit Yellowstone National Park in 2016

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Nearly 4.3 million people visited Yellowstone National Park in 2016, shattering 2015’s record for most visitors in a calendar year.

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MDT, Buffalo Field Campaign To Discuss Bison Management in January

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The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) will meet with the Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC) to discuss protecting bison crossing highway north of West Yellowstone.

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Gardiner Sewer District Sues Yellowstone Over Arsenic

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The Gardiner-Park County Water and Sewer District is suing Yellowstone National Park over arsenic levels in its sewage treatment system.

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Yellowstone Releases New Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan

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Yellowstone National Park has released its new Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan, after over a year of discussion and debate.

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Superintendent Dan Wenk Predicts Record Crowds in Coming Years

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Superintendent Dan Wenk predicts record numbers of people will visit Yellowstone National Park over the coming years.

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Michelin Completes Second Phase of Old Faithful Walkway Project

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Crews have completed phase 2 of the Michelin recycled tire walkway project around Old Faithful.

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Interview: David Quammen, Author of Yellowstone

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When David Quammen was asked to write the body of National Geographic’s May 2016 issue on Yellowstone National Park, he was surprised.

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PEER Criticizes Yellowstone Over Cellphone Coverage

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The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) is criticizing Yellowstone for what they feel is too much cellphone coverage.

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Visitor Misbehavior On The Rise In National Park System

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We’re sure you’ve seen examples of visitor misbehavior before in Yellowstone National Park, firsthand or otherwise.

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