Journeying from redrock desert to an icy wasteland: an essay
by Sarah Gilman,
Aug 14, 2013
Tourism, sprawl and energy development have made Alaska less wild; now climate change is also altering the North
by Tim Lydon,
Sep 13, 2012
The Alaska Legislature cut the industry’s taxes to boost declining production in the North Slope. But the rollbacks don’t seem likely to have the desired effect.
by Judith Lewis Mernit,
May 27, 2013
In 15 years, 32 schools have closed because they have fewer than 10 students.
by Krista Langlois,
Nov 04, 2013
Both proponents and opponents of predator control claim to have science on their side. But the actual science -- and all of its complexities -- is often lost in the debate.
by Cally Carswell,
Feb 20, 2011
A controversial proposal for the nation’s biggest chunk of public land aims to allow energy development -- and protect wildlife.
by Jodi Peterson,
Dec 24, 2012
Idaho is updating its standards for water pollutants based on how much fish residents eat.
by Sarah Jane Keller,
Apr 15, 2013
Rock Water Wild: An Alaskan Life is Alaska writer Nancy Lord's celebration of her state.
by Michael Engelhard,
Nov 22, 2009
Saving fisheries -- and taking the edge off the dangerous derby of the sea.
by Matt Jenkins,
Jul 27, 2009
The brothers Stewart and Mo Udall are two of the
West’s conservation heroes, and their sons, Rep. Tom Udall of
New Mexico and Rep. Mark Udall of Colorado, have very large shoes
to fill in their own work for the Western landscape
by Paul Larmer,
Oct 11, 2004