All posts by Julie Fustanio Kling

About Julie Fustanio Kling

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    FEATURE: The Ambassador

    “A human migration corridor for thousands of years, Teton Pass is a place of harmonic convergence. For skiers, it is quickly attainable turf for training, testing, proving, socializing, and pure fun. For snow, it is a natural funnel...

    • Posted January 19, 2016
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    THE BUZZ: Refugee Debate Reignites

    Have the Paris attacks stifled progress in Wyoming to adopt a refugee resettlement program? Bertine Bahige’s life changed forever when he came to Wyoming 10 years ago. After attending the University of Wyoming on a scholarship, he married...

    • Posted December 1, 2015
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    FEATURE: Faces of the Festival

    We asked, they answered Jackson, WY – Angel Collinson is an ambitious big mountain skier who has been on a film tour with her partner Lucas Debari to try to motivate young skiers to become conservationists. The...

    • Posted October 6, 2015
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    FEATURE: Sharp SHIFT

    Adventure, conservation luminaries storm the valley for annual festival Jackson, WY – I ran into a friend at the park last week. She was brimming with excitement about a wedding she attended the night before. “They grew...

    • Posted October 6, 2015
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  • Brothers Ryan and Hays Holladay dreamt up site-specific music for Rendezvous Park to be unveiled Friday during both day and evening walking tours.
    THE BUZZ: Organic Music

    Soundscape project engenders multi-sensory experience at Rendezvous Park Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A new music application will redefine a walk through Rendezvous Park with a soundscape project similar to ones in New York City’s Central Park and on...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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    ‘Little Things That Run the World’

    Innovators to speak at WILD Festival Growing up in Alabama, E.O. Wilson began studying ants at the age of nine. He ultimately uncovered connections between insects and animal behavior that changed the way scientists view animals. The...

    • Posted September 16, 2015
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    FEATURE: The Art of WILD

    Local flavor storms the screen for film festival National Geographic is no stranger to the talent Jackson photographers and filmmakers possess and the resources they have in their backyard. So when the snowboard documentary “The Art of...

    • Posted September 15, 2015
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    FEATURE: Amazing Adaption

    Blazing a path of adjustment in a wild place Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Three years ago, a deep-sea fishing accident in Kauai forever changed the course of Josh Bogle’s life. After getting stabbed in the foot by...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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    FEATURE STORY: For Rent? Forget it! Housing crisis hits home hard

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – “It was like walking in on your partner with someone else.” That’s how Caroline Croft Estay remembers the day not long ago when her landlady told her she was selling the home that...

    • Posted May 26, 2015
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  • Jeremy Pague, Julie Zell and some of their ‘tribe’ collecting donations for the Intertribal Winter Sports Summit at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. (Photo credit: Julie Zell)
    Summit summons Native American kids to shred the Tetons

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A feather and a glass jar are the wing and a prayer that will bring 30 Native American kids from reservations to Jackson Hole for a modern-day vision quest in the Tetons. The...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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