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  • Global climate change: We need to talk about it

    Global climate change: We need to talk about it

    It's hard for journalists to talk about climate change, but they need to keep telling the story, especially when writing about natural disasters.

  • Living the news, publishing every week

    Living the news, publishing every week

    Across the nation, small, understaffed newspapers like Washington's Methow Valley News work to bring local news to their rural readers.

  • Obama message control blocks journalists covering the environment

    Obama message control blocks journalists covering the environment

    The Obama administration makes it harder for its environmental message to be heard when it sets up roadblocks to information and blocks media access.

  • A lonely crusade

    A lonely crusade

    A Wyoming farmer's long struggle to find out what's polluting his water gets the attention of the EPA - and inspires reporter Abrahm Lustgarten of ProPublica.

  • Don’t write off this story yet

    The Salton Sea might appear to be dying, but like many another story in the West, it isn’t over with yet.

  • Zine Roundup: Sweet simplicity

    Since 1992, Dan Price has been publishing a hand-drawn, illustrated zine called Moonlight Chronicles from his tiny, hobbit-style home in a meadow in Joseph, Ore.

  • Undaunted muckraker

    Navajo Times reporter Marley Shebala is a fiercely determined journalist whose investigative reporting has helped bring down two tribal presidents

  • Homegrown news: Money can't buy it

    In an introduction to this special issue celebrating independent media, High Country News associate editor Jonathan Thompson recalls the exciting, exhausting, high-caffeine years he spent publishing his own newspaper in a small mountain town

  • News from the gas fields

    Roughneck is a two-year-old monthly devoted to covering the oil and gas industry in Sublette County, Wyoming

  • A paper with bite

    The Taos Horse Fly, with its biting journalism, does its best to live up to its name

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