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  • Wilderness therapy redefines itself

    Wilderness therapy redefines itself

    But the irresponsible caregivers and tragedies of the past prove hard to shake.

  • Book review: The Wild Wyoming Range

    Book review: The Wild Wyoming Range

    A review of The Wild Wyoming Range, edited by Ronald H. Chilcote and Susan Marsh

  • The wild without and within: A review of Wilderness

    The wild without and within: A review of Wilderness

    Lance Weller's debut novel traces the path of a Civil War veteran in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Wilderness bills languish in legislative limbo

    Wilderness bills languish in legislative limbo

    Even Republican sponsors can't seem to break their party's determined stonewalling on wilderness bills in the House of Representatives.

  • 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

  • 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

  • Leave the wheels out of wilderness

    As enjoyable as mountain biking is, bikes simply don’t belong in the wilderness, partly because the faster you travel through a place, the smaller – and tamer – that place begins to seem.

  • Dottie Fox, one of the greatest old broads

    Dottie Fox, a tireless wilderness advocate and co-founder of the group Great Old Broads for Wilderness, dies after a long fight with cancer

  • The great wilderness compromise

    Both sides of the contentious debate over a proposed Idaho wilderness bill invoke Howard Zahniser, father of the Wilderness Act -- and both sides have a point.

  • The granddaddy of all collaboration groups

    In his beautiful, compact book Working Wilderness, Nathan Sayres tells the story of the Malpai Borderlands Group, “the most hailed example of collaborative place-based resource management in the West.”

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