A land-exchange plan especially designed for
California’s Eastern Sierra could help prevent development
controversies such as the current one over the proposed Whitney
Portal project near scenic Lone Pine
by Emma Brown,
Nov 14, 2005
Attilio Genasci has devoted himself to preserving land in
Sierra Valley, Calif., where he has lived and farmed for 96
by Jane Braxton Little,
Nov 28, 2005
Cally Carswell talks with HCN contributing editor Judith Lewis about the muscle the feds are putting behind solar energy development on public land.
by Cally Carswell,
Dec 27, 2010
Sandi Fox pairs full-page color images of quilts with historical narrative, excerpts from diaries, period photos and illustrations to shed light on the lives of early Californians.
Feb 18, 2013
A rural Californian doesn't apologize for feeding the deer that hang out near his mountain home.
by Jaime O'Neill,
Jan 25, 2012
In her new novel, The Berkeley Pit, Dorothy Bryant
intertwines the stories of two very different Berkeleys: The
California college town during the ‘60s, and the famously
toxic open-pit mine in Butte, Mont.
by Tanya Lee,
Jun 23, 2008
Why do we name fires?
by Jaime O'Neill ,
Sep 06, 2012
If marijuana becomes fully legal and taxable, it won't be the first time authorities have learned that it's easier - and more profitable - to manage vice than to try to eliminate it.
by Sarah Gilman,
Aug 07, 2011
New interns Sarah Gilman and Brett Wilkison; remembering
Robert E. "Bob" Wolf; HCN potluck in Tucson
by Sarah Gilman, Brett Wilkison and Jodi Peterson,
Jan 23, 2006
Artist Joan Hoffman pours her love of wilderness into her
paintings, and uses her art as a way to fight for the
by Jennie Lay,
Mar 20, 2006