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Author interviews, food, natural history, poetry, and more from "The Write Question", "The Food Guys", "Field Notes", "Home Ground Radio", "Front Row Center", and "Reflections West".

St. Martin's Press

Neltje lives on the Little North Fork of Crazy Woman Creek in Wyoming. She is an abstract expressionist painter who has had solo exhibitions at the University of Wyoming Art Museum and the Yellowstone Art Museum among many others. "North of Crazy" tells her "fascinating life journey." Hear from her on this episode of "The Write Question."

Learn about the western sheepmoth, "one of the most beautiful moths we can find in Montana," on "Pea Green Boat."
Glenn Marangelo - Missoula Insectarium

Glenn Marangelo of the Missoula Insectarium will join Annie for a 'Pea Green Boat' all about moths of Montana, Wednesday, August 30 at 4 p.m.

They'll talk about the western sheepmoth (Hemileuca eglanterina), which Glenn calls" one of the most beautiful moths we can find in Montana," and the confusing petrophila moth (Petrophila confusalis),  "which is probably the most amazing little moth in terms of its lifecycle. A great example (as we'll see) of never saying 'never' in regard to the insect world," Marangelo says.

People Of Yellowstone

Aug 29, 2017
Elm Grove

'People of Yellowstone' features 87 stunning portraits and real-life stories of the people who maintain Yellowstone National Park's wildness, lead expeditions, collect scientific data, wrangle horses, document seismic activity, study wildlife, rescue stranded hikers, and much more. Steve Horan spent more than five years photographing over 120 people who work in and around Yellowstone National Park. Award-winning writer Ruth W. Crocker interviewed each portrait subject, and her essays provide a narrative for Horan's photographs and details of each person’s experience in the park.

Ghosts Of The North Woods: Great Grey Owls

Aug 28, 2017
Great gray owl.
Flickr user Elizabeth Haslam (CC-BY-NC-2)

One evening while walking along the river just outside of town, winding my way through a meadow fringed with ponderosa pine, I met a great gray owl hunting down amongst the bunchgrass and wheatgrass. Startled, the bird rose on 5-foot wings and flew straight towards me, veering at the last moment to skim past my shoulder.

Recipe: Peach Ice Cream

Aug 27, 2017
Flickr user, Masha (CC-BY-2.0)

Food Guy Jon Jackson recalls childhood summers, trying to crank an old-fashioned ice cream maker:  "Your little arm would get weak after a few turns of that thing, if you could turn it at all. But you'd never forget the taste of that peach ice cream." The Food Guys's recipe is below. "Consume it while it's very fresh," says Other Food Guy, Greg Patent.

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