Hydraulic fracturing is changing the energy industry -- and the entire nation -- in ways we’re only beginning to understand.
by Randy Udall,
Mar 29, 2012
There's a growing understanding of the scientific importance of wildlife migration corridors, but protecting them is a huge political challenge.
by Mary Ellen Hannibal,
Dec 30, 2011
A rancher recounts how oil drilling destroyed her rural
lifestyle and forced her and her husband to sell their western
by Rosemary Bilchak,
Aug 21, 2006
As the West's housing boom fades, natural resource extraction surges, and a defunct housing development on the east side of Colorado Springs, Colo., may soon face drilling by Ultra Petroleum.
by Sarah Gilman,
Nov 13, 2011
Mining company allowed to dump waste into Alaskan lake;
Colorado split-estate bill unravels; Arizona’s Oak Flat may
become a copper mine
by Jodi Peterson,
May 01, 2006
The Bureau of Land Management is working with landscape architects and camouflage experts to better disguise renewable energy infrastructure on public lands.
by Kimberly Hirai,
Nov 03, 2011
In Mark Stevens' second novel, Allison Coil, a tequila-drinking hunting guide, investigates a mysterious death in a remote landscape much sought after by oil and gas developers.
by Erica Olsen,
Aug 07, 2011
For 18 years, Westerners have been arguing about BLM’s wilderness-worthy land; now, the Obama administration has stepped in.
by Matt Jenkins,
May 17, 2011
PXP will be allowed to develop 136 gas natural gas wells in the Wyoming Range.
by Emilene Ostlind,
Jan 23, 2011
As oil and gas wells increase in Wyoming, the state's deer herds decline.
by Walt Gasson,
Nov 25, 2010