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Climate Change, Whitebark Pine, Grizzlies 2021 Jun 26, 2021

TOPIC: Join Atlas editor Jesse Logan for a discussion about climate change and whitebark pine collapse, their effects on wildlife and ecosystems, and resulting policy actions.

TRAILHEAD: Emigrant Gulch near Old Chico (parking limited - carpool if possible), meet at 8AM

TRAIL: (one way) 2 miles of old mining road, 2.5 miles of road and bushwhacking, ~4,500' elevation gain. Follows scenic creek bed up onto ancient glacial moraine, then a ridgeline climbing through whitebark pine forest, up to startling views of Paradise Valley and the Absaroka and Gallatin ranges.

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