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  • Tribes look to cash in with 'tree-market' environmentalism

    The Nez Perce Tribe is trying to combat global warming – and make a few bucks – by planting trees for carbon dioxide sequestration

  • A tribal renaissance

    In Blood Struggle, law professor Charles Wilkinson gives an inspiring account of Indians’ political and legal struggles during the last 50 years

  • Closing in

    Closing in

    One of the greatest challenges facing Western military bases comes from the growth of urban sprawl.

  • At last, a Montana rivers bill that makes sense

    At last, a Montana rivers bill that makes sense

    The Big Sky Rivers Bill would protect Montana’s streambanks – and save taxpayers from having to reimburse fools who build big houses in floodplains.

  • This is the time to make land management make sense

    Ed Quillen has suggestions for how to fix the West by consolidating the federal land agencies and charging people to build in Stupid Zones.

  • Change we could believe in

    Change we could believe in

    How to fix the West by consolidating land agencies and charging people to build in Stupid Zones.

  • A battle for the land – and soul – of the West

    In Bargaining for Eden: The Fight for the Last Open Spaces in America, photographer Stephen Trimble tells the story of the controversial Snowbasin ski development in Utah.

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