Federal agencies often overlook the tight relationship
between energy production and water use.
by Judith Lewis Mernit,
Dec 12, 2012
The last frontier of the national parks lies underwater.
by Katie Mast,
Jul 02, 2014
Tribes, greens, farmers come to consensus; dams may eventually be removed.
by Krista Langlois,
Jun 17, 2014
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe and the State of Idaho are
fighting in the Supreme Court over Lake Coeur d'Alene, with the
tribe claiming partial ownership of the lake under a 19th century
by Kirsten Bovee,
Jun 04, 2001
Drury Gunn Carr's new documentary follows the Shoshone
Tribe's legal battle to change Wyoming water law and win its water
by Rachel Jackson,
Dec 03, 2001
The GOAT Blog
Five extraordinary women tested for seventy-five peculiar toxins.
by Jeff Chen,
May 07, 2009
The Salton Sea might appear to be dying, but like many
another story in the West, it isn’t over with yet.
by Paul Larmer,
Mar 03, 2008
In most of the West’s complicated environmental
problems, so-called “unlikely alliances” between greens
and their opposite numbers are really not that unlikely after
by Jonathan Thompson,
Jun 23, 2008
In November, personal watercraft will be banned from Lake
Powell and seven other Western reservoirs while the Park Service
completes an environmental review of the machines'
by Daniel Kraker,
Oct 28, 2002
Indian Water Rights: Negotiating the Future
by Steve Hinchman,
Apr 04, 1994