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  • Oval Intention: an essay

    Oval Intention: an essay

    The original geodesic tent lives on.

  • Rebuilding a river as Washington's Elwha dams come down

    Rebuilding a river as Washington's Elwha dams come down

    How much can we learn from restoring the Elwha River, after the two dams that block it are finally removed?

  • Walking Woman

    Walking Woman

    The Owens River is flowing again -- and Mary Austin's Land of Little Rain is rejoicing.

  • Canary in the old growth

    Canary in the old growth

    Public-land managers grapple with using indicator species to monitor the health of troubled ecosystems.

  • When endangered foxes are on the menu

    Scientists faced a quandary when they had to consider killing golden eagles in order to save rare foxes on the Channel Islands off the California coast.

  • Hostile takeover

    In the Pacific Northwest, scientists reluctantly consider killing barred owls to save increasingly threatened northern spotted owls.

  • Field notes from the front steps

    From the front porch of her house in Montana, Kim Todd studies bees and marvels at the world.

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