Items by Cally Carswell
Migrating animals can't read "no trespassing" signs, so it’s up to human beings to try to find ways to connect wildlife corridors that crisscross public and privately owned lands.
Pavillion, Wyo., residents learn what's in their tainted water, but can't say if gas drilling fouled it
The Environmental Protection Agency is attempting to reduce haze from air pollution near national parks and wilderness; some coal-fired power plants are cleaning up their act and others will shut down.
Scientists pinpoint the cause of white nose syndrome, which has devastated Eastern bat populations and could move West
Feral pigs are invading New Mexico and other Western states, but biologists are working hard to stop them.
A recent oil spill in Montana's Yellowstone River reminds Westerners that not all such environmental disasters happen in the Gulf of Mexico.
Jonathan Thompson talks with Cally Carswell about how foreign demand is influencing the West's latest extractive boom.
Western legislatures slash spending, confront budget gaps, attempt environmental rollbacks and propose a few silly laws.
- George Winters on What Mt. Hood’s fading summer ski season means
- John F Mijer on Congress lets sun set on Land and Water Conservation Fund
- Gary Beverly on Does optimism have a place in Western water politics?
- John Worlock on Endurance runners in the Grand Canyon are missing the point
- Todd Vogel/Iversen on Endurance runners in the Grand Canyon are missing the point