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This Land is Their Land February 02, 2015

This Land is Their Land

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Public land access problems frustrate hikers and hunters; why greens are mad at the California governor; how balanced rocks can help us predict earthquake risk; explorations in an urban wilderness.

What Are We Thinking? January 12, 2015

What Are We Thinking?

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A High Country News special issue on the future of environmental ideas.

The Dust Detectives December 22, 2014

The Dust Detectives

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New research from dust experts, non-native goats in the La Sal Mountains, new drone laws, Navajo Nation presidential election and more.

The Great Salmon Compromise December 08, 2014

The Great Salmon Compromise

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A massive compromise to save Columbia Basin salmon, Gunnison sage grouse gets protection, pet tortoises still threaten wild ones, and a fresh look at wolves’ impacts on Yellowstone.

Transportation Transformation November 24, 2014

Transportation Transformation

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How light rail could transform Phoenix, the man who invented floating island to revive an ecosystem, and the tough questions that crude-filled trains raise in the Pacific Northwest.

Fallout November 10, 2014


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Timberland herbicide spraying sickens a community in Oregon, a look at why the current drilling boom is more sensitive to price fluctuations than its predecessors, California's sweeping new groundwater regulations, a desert-friendly cow and more.

Defuse the West October 27, 2014

Defuse the West

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An HCN investigation into violent threats to public-land employees, analysis of the newest movement to return public land management to state government, highlights of the upcoming midterm elections and more.