Items by Sarah Jane Keller

The Latest: First federal prosecution of wind farm bird deaths
The Latest: First federal prosecution of wind farm bird deaths
Million dollar fine for Duke Energy in Wyoming.
Montana tribes will be the first to own a hydroelectric dam
Montana tribes will be the first to own a hydroelectric dam
The three tribes of the Flathead Reservation may see significant economic and cultural benefits.
The Latest: California is first state to ban lead ammunition to protect condors
The Latest: California is first state to ban lead ammunition to protect condors
Utah and Arizona have voluntary incentive programs.
Western GOP governors buck their party on Obamacare
Western GOP governors buck their party on Obamacare
How three Western Republicans are defying party ideology by accepting the Medicaid expansion.
New Mexico’s groundwater protections may take a hit
New Mexico’s groundwater protections may take a hit
Under Gov. Susana Martinez, the state is rolling back some of its strongest environmental protections.
The Latest: Megaloads to Alberta incite protests
The Latest: Megaloads to Alberta incite protests
Trucks winding through Idaho and Montana are still an issue for locals.
Gnawing away at invasives
Gnawing away at invasives
Eating our way out of an invasive species invasion.
Climate-forced water planning in Washington’s Yakima Valley
Climate-forced water planning in Washington’s Yakima Valley
Prepping for future climate change means fixing past mistakes
A new report says we're draining our aquifers faster than ever
A new report says we're draining our aquifers faster than ever
A startling history of groundwater usage across the West
Climate change: moving from science to policy
Hitching a ride with Montana climate scientist Steve Running
The Latest: A New Mexico county is first in the nation to ban fracking
The Latest: A New Mexico county is first in the nation to ban fracking
Mora County joins a national trend in local control over oil and gas development