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  • 'Green' professor cleared in Wyoming

    University of Wyoming law professor Mark Squillace is cleared of charges that his work with environmental groups misused university facilities.

  • 'It's great to ask geeks for advice'

    Montana State University's new manufacturing extension center helps entrepreneurs such as backpack designer Dana Gleason of Dana Design.

  • A new breed of academic at Colorado State

    Colorado State University professor Rick Knight pushes hard for change and enjoys the backing of a supportive administration.

  • A prof takes on the sacred cow

    At the University of Wyoming, Prof. Debra Donahue's book, "The Western Range Revisited," with its criticism of grazing, has provoked fury among ranchers and raised questions about academic freedom.

  • A tale of two ag programs: Evergreen State provides an alternative ...

    Evergreen State offers full approach to diverse agriculture

  • An in-your-face range scientist

    New Mexico State's Jerry Holechek believes public-lands grazing has to be changed at the roots.

  • Another judge says no

    Undaunted by a third federal court ruling against the University of Arizona's plan to build its large telescope on Mount Graham, Arizona Rep. Jim Kolbe drafts legislation to let the construction proceed.

  • Anything you say about a whole forest is wrong

    The University of Idaho's Art Partridge believes that the forest health crisis is a fraud.

  • Bad blood over good sheep

    Lyle McNeal, founder of Utah State University's Navajo Sheep Project, comes to a crisis with the university and files suit against it over the future of his project to save the Churro sheep.

  • Between past and future: Washington State U. tries to get there from here

    Washington State University finds it difficult to change when the funding is tight and people uncooperative.

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