Last month one of my dreams became reality when I picked up a side hustle as Mountain Journal’s (affectionately know as MoJo) National City Correspondent. For those not familiar with MoJo (affectionately know as MoJo,) it’s a non-profit public interest publication at the intersection of people and nature in Americ’s wildest, most iconic ecosystem, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Here’s MoJo’s Editor’s note:
With his introductory essay below, Mountain Journal introduces Tom Sadler who brings decades of experience as a writer and veteran of navigating Washington DC policy issues—issues that require thinking and working across political divides. Sadler also has been a business entrepreneur, a fly-fishing guide and conservationist dealing with freshwater and saltwater fisheries policy. He understands the importance of clean water as much as anyone.
Here’s my inaugural article: Meet Tom Sadler, MoJo’s Correspondent In The US Capital City
Monitoring what’s happening in Washington DC has never been more important. for policies shaping greater Yellowstone and the West.
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* sorry, I couldn’t resist, the headline wrote itself…