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    Voices in the Utah wilderness debate

  • The politics of the possible

    The politics of the possible

    There are hints of progress in the long-lasting stalemate over some of Utah's -- and the world's -- most spectacular landscapes.

  • Does taking our kids into the wild make us dangerous parents?

    Does taking our kids into the wild make us dangerous parents?

    The author contends there are more dangers at home.

  • Taking my chances in grizzly country

    Taking my chances in grizzly country

    Meeting wilderness on its own terms, without bear spray

  • A young wolf wanders the West

    A young wolf wanders the West

    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.

  • Painting for progress

    Artist Joan Hoffman pours her love of wilderness into her paintings, and uses her art as a way to fight for the environment

  • The man beneath the hat: Ken Salazar's search for middle ground

    The man beneath the hat: Ken Salazar's search for middle ground

    Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, a twelfth-generation Latino-American, works politely and quietly but stubbornly to protect the West’s environment in polarized times.

  • Clearing a path for power

    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

  • One war that's worth the fight

    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

  • The mirage of pristine wilderness

    The mirage of pristine wilderness

    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.

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