An environmental educator discovers a rewarding way to help the planet -- teaching a young woman how to cook.
by Julia Corbett,
Jan 01, 2011
In her new novel, The Berkeley Pit, Dorothy Bryant
intertwines the stories of two very different Berkeleys: The
California college town during the ‘60s, and the famously
toxic open-pit mine in Butte, Mont.
by Tanya Lee,
Jun 23, 2008
Writer and activist Michael Frome looks back on more than
80 years of a life filled concern for the environment and social
by Michael Frome,
Nov 28, 2005
Reba Teran is painstakingly building an audio dictionary
of spoken Shoshone, hoping to save both her language and her
by Kerry Brophy,
Aug 08, 2005
Shann Ray's short stories focus on the theme of redemption in the lives of ordinary Western families.
by Jenny Shank,
Sep 27, 2011
Welcome, new interns Stephanie Paige Ogburn and Allison
Gerfin; Southwest Research and Information Center celebrates 35
years; Wendell Duffield wants to know what happened to the U.S.
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn, Allison Gerfin and Jodi Peterson,
May 29, 2006
Steven Radosevich writes simple, painful, personal essays
about the changing landscape of the Pacific Northwest in his new
book, Good Wood: Growth, Loss and
by Annie Dawid,
Aug 21, 2006
California geology professor Jeff Mount uses river trips
as an educational tool
by Matt Jenkins,
Oct 16, 2006
A teacher asks his students and the rest of us to imagine:
What would the world be like if we had the courage to use our
by David Oates,
Apr 16, 2007
Mary Clearman Blew struck out on her own, leaving rural Montana and a life as a housewife to become a professor and writer.
by Andrea Clark Mason,
Sep 23, 2011