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  • 'The vampires are in charge of the blood bank'

    Utah Rivers Council director Zachary Frankel talks about his love for rivers and the need to protect them.

  • 'We haven't got anything back'

    Nephi, Utah, resident Ross Garrett in his own words talks about water and population growth in Utah.

  • Ecosystem management hits 'Ice Bump' in the road

    The Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project is more ambitious than the Northwest Forest Plan and seems to be facing even more problems.

  • Idaho grizzly plan shifts into low gear

    A once-vigorous effort to reintroduce grizzly bears to the Selway-Bitterroot County on the Idaho/Montana border has hit some unexpected road blocks and detours.

  • Bare facts

    Many facts about grizzly bears, including their size, weight, habitat, attacks on humans, eating habits, hibernation, reproduction, etc.

  • Are the West's governors turning over a new (green)leaf?

    The Western Governors' Assn. recently agreed unanimously on a "shared environmental doctrine," giving the federal and state governments shared responsibility for environmental protection - but some critics say it's just another push for states' rights.

  • Oregon statistics

    Statistics about Oregon, including per capita income, unemployment rate, estimated number of salmon in the northern coastal range, etc.

  • A tale of two - or three - Oregons

    There are vast differences between the two faces of Oregon, its rural and urban, coastal and inland cultures and economics.

  • He fought Oregon's developers

    Former Sen. Ted Hallock recalls his 20 years in the Oregon Senate, particularly his work to pass his state's nationally recognized land-use planning law, a quarter-century ago.

  • A tangled web of watersheds

    The upper Rio Grande's 15 major tributaries all face distinct problems with a complex history behind them.

  • As mayordomo

    Stanley Crawford says that being mayordomo is like being the heart, pumping out precious fluid.

  • Next to blood relationships

    An excerpt from Stanley Crawford's book "Mayordomo" traces the connections of blood relationships and water relationships in his New Mexico community.

  • I am mayordomo

    Stanley Crawford's book "Mayordomo" chronicles his experience as mayordomo of the Acequia de la Jara in his rural New Mexico community.

  • No consensus on consensus

    HCN begins a series on the successes and failures of collaborative conservation efforts in the West.

  • Nevada on the move

    Statistics of growth in Nevada