Emerson Crawford Theater

  • Event Time 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
  • Event Start Date 11/08/2018
  • Event Location 111 S Grand Ave

A Life in Wonderland
An Evening Of Dazzling Images & Stories
With Yellowstone’s Legendary
Winterkeeper Steven Fuller

Thursday, Nov. 8 | 7:00 – 8:30 pm (doors open at 6:30)

Steve Fuller has become a legend in America’s oldest national park.  As a Yellowstone “winterkeeper,” he is the last of his kind and the longest-serving winterkeeper in the park’s illustrious 146-year history. For 45 years he has lived near the edge of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and used his cameras to document a way of life that is unparalleled in the Lower 48 states. Today, with the effects of climate change bearing down, Yellowstone is in the midst of a profound transition. On the one hand, the Yellowstone that Fuller knew is disappearing and, on the other, aspects of the park, with recovering populations of grizzly bears, wolves and bison dwelling in the neighborhood, his backyard has also grown even wilder.  Steve Fuller is a regular columnist for Mountain Journal.

Bozeman-based Mountain Journal is the only environmental journalism watchdog in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the most iconic expanse of wildlands in the Lower 48 states.  We explore the intersection between people and nature and our stories provide a window into issues shaping not only the future of Greater Yellowstone but more widely, the American West.  By design we are free. And, indeed, tonight, we are bringing you this amazing night with Steve Fuller, a historical figure in Yellowstone, free of charge.