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  2. Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) outbreaks bear attributions at multiple scales, from the practices of local extractive industries to state and federal forest management to global climate change. Since 1996, an outbreak of MPB has swept across nearly 3.4 million acres in north central Colorado. The area affected is constituted by a heterogeneous group of communities, and provides an opportunity to examine how institutional forces pattern experiences of the natural world and emergent environmental narratives. This work examines the narratives of local community and regional organizations, along with interviews and household survey data to consider culturally situated experiences and framings of the outbreak. Tracing environmental narratives is part of understanding different environmental vulnerabilities, which is essential to developing management regimes that are inclusive and ultimately sustainable.