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A listing of High Country News online video, photographic and audio content.

  • Meet the makers

    Meet the makers

    A behind-the-scenes look at winemaking in Colorado's North Fork Valley.

  • Having your cake and eating it, too

    Gary Paul Nabhan chats with HCN Assistant Editor Marty Durlin about working landscapes in National Parks

  • Off the deep end?

    Listen to Aaron Million talk about his Wyoming to Colorado pipeline dreams.

  • The Hungry Intern: Dinner

    The Hungry Intern: Dinner

    The starving journalist is no longer starving, and he filled up on all local foods.

  • The Hungry Intern: Lunch

    The Hungry Intern: Lunch

    Jeff's zany local food adventure continues with his second meal of the day.

  • The Hungry Intern: Breakfast

    The Hungry Intern: Breakfast

    Jeff Chen takes you on a zany adventure as he tries to eat locally, on a starving journalist's budget. Episode 1.

  • Learning to live with fewer watts

    Fred Logg's small solar system powers some lights, his laptop and a small refrigerator -- but the energy source has its limitations.

  • HCN Road Trip 2

    HCN Road Trip 2

    Road v. Wildlife: HCN Editor Jonathan Thompson wades into the controversy.

  • HCN Road Trip

    HCN Road Trip

    HIgh Country News road trip goes through energy country, from the coal mines near Paonia, to the flaring gas rigs of Wyoming.

  • Urban Creeks 2.0

    Urban Creeks 2.0

    In San Francisco's East Bay, activists try to reconnect impoverished communities with their local waterways.

  • Scratching the savage itch

    Craig Childs talks about his encounter with the wild world of professional bull-riding in an audio interview with Marty Durlin.

  • Jim Harvey vs. Big Solar

    A Harley-riding desert activist talks about saving the Mojave ecosystem

  • Leasing the West

    Leasing the West

    A look inside a Bureau of Land Management oil and gas leasing auction, a tradition that may be killed by the digital age.

  • Wind River revelations

    Lisa Jones talks about Northern Arapaho horse whisperer and healer Stanford Addison, the subject of her book, Broken.

  • When good times go bad

    When good times go bad

    After years of prosperity and breakneck growth, Phoenix and its Western siblings have crashed hard thanks to the recession. And the food banks and other social services are very busy.

  • A passion to protect

    In this audio interview, Glo Cunningham talks about why she came to the ski town of Crested Butte, Colo., 34 years ago and what has sustained her fight to preserve its mountains and water.

  • Invading the silence

    Invading the silence

    Annie Proulx talks about Wyoming's Red Desert along with photographs by Martin Stupich.

  • Tent City

    Tent City

    A look inside Taco Flat, one of the informal communities that has risen up near Fresno, Calif..

  • Straddling the Canadian border

    Straddling the Canadian border

    A Tulalip Indian works to maintain traditions with family on the other side

  • Buried History

    Buried History

    A $7 billion nuclear site clean up leaves unanswered questions underground.

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