The author contends there are more dangers at home.
by Alan Kesselheim,
Sep 13, 2012
Meeting wilderness on its own terms, without bear spray
by Charles Finn,
Sep 05, 2012
OR-7, a young Oregon wolf, has logged some 1,000 miles in his journey through the West, becoming the first wild wolf seen in California since 1924.
by Tim Lydon,
Feb 09, 2012
Artist Joan Hoffman pours her love of wilderness into her
paintings, and uses her art as a way to fight for the
by Jennie Lay,
Mar 20, 2006
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, a twelfth-generation Latino-American, works politely and quietly but stubbornly to protect the West’s environment in polarized times.
by Kate Sheppard,
Dec 11, 2011
An ambitious plan to create new corridors for power lines
and pipelines will make it easier for utility companies to tap into
the West’s energy boom
by Allison Gerfin,
Aug 21, 2006
In his memoir, Walking It Off,
wilderness activist Doug Peacock tries to make sense of a life
spent dealing with war, fighting for wilderness, and coping with
cantankerous friends like the late Ed Abbey
by Laura Paskus,
Jun 26, 2006
The old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest may not be that old after all - but that doesn't mean they're not big and beautiful.
by Emma Marris,
Oct 06, 2011
The author leaves no trace -- but sometimes leaves with a trace of local geology in his pocket.
by Brendan Leonard,
Oct 06, 2011
The U.S. Army has no reason to oppose the proposed Red Table Mountain wilderness in Colorado, because its helicopter training flights could easily be grandfathered in.
by Connie Harvey,
Sep 28, 2011