The BLM’s plans to spray nearly a million acres with
herbicides have some environmentalists fuming, but biologists and
land managers welcome the policy.
by Eve Rickert,
Jul 24, 2007
Conservation development is supposed to reduce the habitat fragmentation caused by exurban sprawl -- but it only works if it's done right.
by Emily Wortman-Wunder,
Jun 05, 2012
Boaters, kayakers, anglers and other recreationists can
help stop the spread of quagga mussels and other aquatic invasives
by following a few simple rules.
by Michelle Nijhuis,
Mar 05, 2007
Activists push compromise as the controversial federal mustang management program reaches a breaking point, with more horses in captivity than roam the range.
by Dave Philipps,
Nov 19, 2012
Getting weeds out of the national parks is an endless war that can never be won, but many Park Service employees are willing - and happy - warriors.
by Amy Whitcomb,
Oct 16, 2011
There’s still time to combat the invasive, destructive mussels before they colonize the reservoir
by Marshall Swearingen,
May 27, 2013
The tiny New Zealand mud snails that are rapidly invading
the West’s waters may pose a threat to the region’s
by Ray Ring,
Feb 06, 2006
Quagga mussels hit the jackpot in Nevada; Lakes Mead and
Powell are in trouble; lots and lots and lots of snow – and a
few ambitious ski resorts; and Colorado is building a vegetated
overpass for wildlife on I-70.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Mar 03, 2008