A retired geophysicist named Jim Smith successfully challenges Arizona's Coconino National Forest on access fees.
by Daniel Kraker,
Jul 05, 2011
Arizona's Fossil Creek, dramatically brought back to life, is now endangered by the hordes of people who love it.
by Jay Canode,
Feb 25, 2011
The CEOs of two outdoor-recreation-based companies favor strong legislation to stave off climate change, not just to save the planet but to help the economy.
by Steve Rendle and Mike Kaplan,
Nov 12, 2009
In Wyoming, oil and gas workers and the Wyoming AFL-CIO
have joined environmentalists, ranchers and homeowners in
protesting the sale of energy leases in the Wyoming Range of
Bridger-Teton National Forest
by Allison Gerfin,
Jun 26, 2006
Ted Williams says charging fees to use public lands is
worse than extortion.
by Ted Williams,
May 21, 2007
An illustrated timeline follows the development of professional Grand Canyon river rafting.
by Cindy Wehling and Stephanie Ogburn,
May 04, 2010
Describing themselves as "the junkyard dogs of the environmental movement," the women of Great Old Broads for Wilderness have spent 20 looking out for the wild lands they love.
by Andrew Gulliford,
Jul 21, 2009
Jeremy Parriott is working with friends to create a
320-acre extreme-sports playground near Moab, Utah, to give
four-wheelers and others a place to play off the public
by Jodi Peterson,
Aug 22, 2005
There’s nothing like a campfire to soothe and lift
by Laura Paskus,
Dec 25, 2006
Westerners have a knack for new and innovative thinking, such as: Redefining rancher politics, A rediscovered renewable, Creating public nooks and crannies and more.
by Marty Durlin, Ray Ring, Sandra Tassel, Sarah Gilman, Terray Sylvester, Jennifer Anderson ,
Mar 13, 2009