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NEW YELLOWSTONE SUPERINTENDENT LOOKS TO TECHNOLOGY, HOUSING

From worker morale to preservation of the park’s natural wonders, new Yellowstone National Park superintendent Cam Sholly spoke with a singular philosophical theme.

“We’re not just providing vacations,” he said. “We’re inspiring people.”

Sholly took over as chief Yellowstone administrator last fall, but this week represented his first public sessions in Cody.

At a cocktail party Sunday night and at the 69th annual National Parks Day Luncheon on Monday, Sholly laid out his vision for the future for the national park system’s jewel — the one located 50 miles away

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