After Michele DeHart of the Fish Passage Center in
Portland, Ore., publicly supported a plan to protect salmon, angry
lawmakers led by Sen. Larry Craig yanked the center’s
by Rocky Barker,
Dec 12, 2005
Open Spaces: Voices from the Northwest doesn't quite work as an anthology, but it features some intimate and thoughtful writing about the Pacific Northwest.
by Gretchen Legler,
Dec 11, 2011
The lead essays in this issue find both darkness and hope
in the times we live in, and in the reminder that all civilizations
– including our own – eventually crumble and
by Greg Hanscom,
Jun 21, 2004
Colorado's only wild and scenic river may be harnessed for
a water storage project.
by James Yearling,
Oct 19, 2007
The huge, copiously illustrated Rivers of North
America is the first comprehensive effort to detail the
current state of the continent’s rivers
by Irene Wanner,
Nov 27, 2006
Rampant growth in the Phoenix area and a severe drought on
the Colorado River challenge Arizona's water
by Matt Jenkins,
Mar 21, 2005
Demand for water is falling, so why are we going forward with giant water projects?
by Sharlene Leurig,
Jan 24, 2013
In the dam-locked Upper Missouri, scientists search for signs that the ancient species hasn't reached the end of its line.
by Marian Lyman Kirst,
Sep 23, 2012
Some fisheries scientists and environmentalists say the Bonneville Power Administration has had an unhealthy influence on salmon research in the Northwest.
by Steve Hawley ,
Apr 13, 2009
In Washington, tribes have been shut out of a plan for new
Columbia River dams that are being touted as good for salmon as
well as farmers
by Matt Jenkins,
Apr 03, 2006