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  • Regaining identity through restoration

    Regaining identity through restoration

    Charles Wilkinson's new book, The People Are Dancing Again: The History of the Siletz Tribe of Western Oregon describes how a tribe "terminated" by the federal government fought to regain its identity.

  • A celebration of Cascadia: A review of Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest

    A celebration of Cascadia: A review of Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest

    Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest doesn't quite work as an anthology, but it features some intimate and thoughtful writing about the Pacific Northwest.

  • The Forest Service faces a test in Arizona

    The Forest Service faces a test in Arizona

    Will Forest Service efforts under the 4FRI program to reduce fuels in Arizona pay off? This summer will tell.

  • The end of ‘analysis paralysis’?

    The Forest Service has overhauled its cumbersome forest-planning process, but many experts say the agency may have gone too far.

  • The return of the Lords of Yesterday

    The return of the Lords of Yesterday

    The Old West-style extractive economy is roaring back to life, powered by the insatiable energy needs of countries like China.

  • A tribal renaissance

    In Blood Struggle, law professor Charles Wilkinson gives an inspiring account of Indians’ political and legal struggles during the last 50 years

  • A decade of difficult questions

    Outgoing High Country News editor Greg Hanscom muses on the stories and issues the paper has covered in the 10 years he’s been with it

  • Dear Friends

    HCN meets a lot of old friends at the Headwaters Conference; notes and corrections

  • Watt turns history on its head

    Former Interior Secretary James Watt still sees himself as a victim of environmental "selfish interest groups," conveniently forgetting that he fought against popular conservation laws on behalf of powerful corporations

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