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  • She wins friends for lions, wolves and bears

    Janelle Holden, the daughter of two Republican legislators, works with the Predator Conservation Alliance in Montana to help ranchers learn how to co-exist with wolves and other predators

  • An unabashed green's snapshot of Northwest forest activism

    A review of Kathy Durbin's "Tree Huggers: Victory, Defeat, and Renewal in the Northwest Ancient Forest Campaign."

  • Don't go away mad, just go away

    Idaho state BLM director Martha Hahn has told employees for their own safety to avoid encounters with Jon Marvel of the Idaho Watershed Project.

  • A bird? A plane? It's the environmental air force

    LightHawk, a nonprofit airline, uses its small planes to fly politicians, environmentalists and journalists over landscapes degraded by mining, clear-cutting and other uses.

  • A botanical El Dorado

    "Mountains & Rivers: A Quarterly Journal of Natural History for the Klamath-Siskiyou Region" celebrates its region and the creatures that inhabit it through essays, poetry, reports and artwork.

  • Beyond the white noise

    "The 2000 Directory of People of Color Environmental Groups" gives information on over 600 organizations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

  • Teach the children well

    In the West's public schools, corporations and conservationists quietly compete to control what students will learn in the largely unregulated field of environmental education.

  • Columbia Champion

    The Conservation Fund and the Catto Charitable Foundation are honoring Nancy Russell, founder of the Friends of the Columbia Gorge, for her work to protect the Gorge.

  • How green is this Tree?

    Some critics say that Project Learning Tree, one of the most popular environmental education programs, is too biased toward the timber industry which helps to underwrite it.

  • Science teachers go local

    Jeff Mitchell in Philomath, Ore., and Clinton Kennedy in McCall, Idaho, are two teachers who have found creative ways to teach environmental studies in the conservative West.

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