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Seeing green

In the Bozeman's environmental sector, hundreds of jobs, $100K salaries

Green Town, USA

In this three-day series of stories, the Chronicle examines how today’s environmental movement works: how it uses the courts, how it raises its money and whether it still has the support of the American public.

Green Town USA
SEAN SPERRY/CHRONICLE A guided tour group and wolf watchers watch wolf behaviors in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park.
LOGO: Green Series

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Green Groups: Revenue versus Salaries Paid

Source: Internal Revenue Service

Before moving to Montana, Matt Skoglund had the makings of a promising law career.

After clerking for a federal judge in Chicago, he landed a job at a large law firm in the Windy City.

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