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  • Unlikely alliance?

    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 all.

  • PRO: Sen. Tester's Montana bill is a true collaborative effort

    PRO: Sen. Tester's Montana bill is a true collaborative effort

    Montana's wildlands as well as its people are well served by the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act.

  • Snowy middle ground

    Wilderness advocates and snowmobile enthusiasts are working together in Montana to find enough room in the landscape to accommodate both their passions

  • ESA talks end in stalemate

    A working group of 23 experts convened by the nonprofit Keystone Center could not reach consensus over how to reform the Endangered Species Act’s critical habitat provisions

  • Look who’s in the conflict business now

    A rising number of Westerners are committed to local solutions that benefit both the land and communities

  • A timber town learns to care for the forest

    Lakeview, Ore., survived the drop in the timber economy by learning to take care of its forests

  • Don’t expect Washington to lead the West

    The West needs to take charge of its own destiny, and become more than just a political game piece in the presidential election

  • Together, we cross the fence

    A biologist ponders the fences that block us and the labels that brand us, and says we are going to have to learn to trust each other if we want to get anything done

  • An identity crisis, a decade or two late

    The recent controversy over "The Death of Environmentalism" illustrates the importance of reaching across the rural West’s cultural divide

  • The Western Confluence: A Guide to Governing Natural Resources

    In The Western Confluence, Matthew McKinney and William Harmon try to find practical ways to solve the West’s endless struggles over water and resource management

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