A flurry of end-of-year easements saves lots of lovely
landscapes; heli-skiing wins in Utah; snow-lovers help starving
Colorado deer; a possible ceasefire on the Klamath; and bark
beetles are destroying Colorado’s lodgepole pines.
by Jodi Peterson,
Feb 04, 2008
Colorado's bark beetle epidemic is unlike anything that has ever happened to the state in its brief history.
by Allen Best,
Aug 17, 2009
Montana paleoecologist Cathy Whitlock studies the recent
geological past and looks for clues to the future of the
by Melynda Coble,
May 30, 2005
If an allegedly untouched piece of woodland is "virgin forest," what does that make a forest that’s been logged or burnt or otherwise used by humans over the years?
by Sharon Friedman,
Apr 13, 2012
Mountain pine beetles are attacking more forests and more
varieties of trees — and thriving at higher elevations than
ever before — and some scientists believe global climate
change is at the root of the problem
by Michelle Nijhuis,
Jul 19, 2004