Activists push compromise as the controversial federal mustang management program reaches a breaking point, with more horses in captivity than roam the range.
by Dave Philipps,
Nov 19, 2012
Candidate conservation agreements try to keep rare species, like Colorado's Gunnison sage grouse, off the endangered species list, or at least healthy enough to lessen the restrictions that come with listing.
by Joshua Zaffos,
May 31, 2012
In Northwest Mexico, rancher Carlos Robles Elías works hard to make his Rancho El Aribabi into an oasis of biodiversity, despite the challenges of a sagging economy and rampant drug cartel violence.
by Tony Davis,
May 07, 2012
Maps, photos and text describe some of the federal and private, nonprofit work in Northwest Mexico to preserve imperiled landscapes and a rich diversity of plants and animals.
by Ray Ring, Tony Davis and Talli Nauman,
Apr 29, 2012
The Quivira Coalition is working hard to try to preserve
the West’s remaining private ranchlands – but much more
needs to be done to protect this invaluable land
by Paul Larmer,
Sep 05, 2005
The gas industry and its political partners are going to great lengths to try to derail and discredit an EPA report that blames Pavillion, Wyoming’s polluted water on hydraulic fracking.
by John Fenton,
Jan 24, 2012
Buying out grazing permits from willing ranchers could help solve conflicts over grazing on public lands.
by Jodi Peterson,
Jan 22, 2012
We could all live healthier, more fulfilling and sustainable lives if we would try to do more with less.
by Linda Hasselstrom,
Jan 09, 2012
The crumbling remains of a man named J. Thomas have a
story to tell about life and death in the northern Colorado in the
by Laura Pritchett,
Mar 20, 2006
The federal Energy Department and the state of Wyoming
have challenged Montana’s plan to establish pollution
controls for coalbed methane wells
by Sarah Gilman,
Mar 20, 2006