Items by Krista Langlois

Zen and the art of wildflower science
Zen and the art of wildflower science
In the Rocky Mountains, a long-term study yields surprises
Grizzlies gain ground
Grizzlies gain ground
Recovery efforts flourish, but challenges still loom.
Alaska’s Senate race and the fate of the West’s public lands
Alaska’s Senate race and the fate of the West’s public lands
Republicans look to Alaska in their bid to overtake the U.S. Senate.
Boreal burning
Boreal burning
Canada's Northwest Territory goes up in flames, releasing massive amounts of carbon.
The prickly pear as California crop
The prickly pear as California crop
Can an overlooked succulent help salvage toxic soils?
Glacier tourists to get a dose of climate education in Alaska
Glacier tourists to get a dose of climate education in Alaska
What a melting glacier can teach cruise ship passengers.
The Latest: 20,000 Utah acres protected from drilling
The Latest: 20,000 Utah acres protected from drilling
A landswap that will keep the oil and gas industry from Desolation Canyon.
Gear companies go local
Gear companies go local
A new crop of manufacturers try to succeed without selling out.
Canada’s boreal forests are burning
Canada’s boreal forests are burning
And releasing loads of carbon.
Photos of Bonneville Salt Flats
Photos of Bonneville Salt Flats
A subculture of automobiles on the Utah-Nevada desert.
The Latest: Mining battle update at Utah’s Tavaputs Plateau
The Latest: Mining battle update at Utah’s Tavaputs Plateau
State supreme court gives green light to tar sands permits.
Pebble Mine: Alaska sides with mining corporation, tribes back EPA
Nuclear Los Alamos, America’s best place to live?
The Latest: After a long battle, agreement for the Klamath
The Latest: After a long battle, agreement for the Klamath
Tribes, greens, farmers come to consensus; dams may eventually be removed.
Railroads inch toward transparency on oil shipments
Massive Colorado mudslide nearly clobbered gas wells
Massive Colorado mudslide nearly clobbered gas wells
How much should energy developers plan for natural disaster?
Alaska's wildlife war
Alaska's wildlife war
The federal government pushes back as the state ramps up control of wolves and other predators.
Look, Ma – a real Indian!
Look, Ma – a real Indian!
A performance artist tackles stereotypes of Native Americans in public.
Unlikely partnership seeks to end turf wars in western Colorado
The Latest: Changes afoot for oil and gas “trade secrets”
The Latest: Changes afoot for oil and gas “trade secrets”
Wyoming court requires transparency and a company vows to reveal all of its chemicals.
Corporate giant Xanterra takes over operations at Glacier National Park