In the Northwest, timber targets fall again as the Forest
Service tries to fine-tune the Northwest Forest Plan.
Photographer Stephen J. Krasemann is accused of baiting
grizzly bears into his backyard so he could take pictures he then
sold to "National Wildlife" magazine.
Smurfit-Stone Container Corp. closes its polluting pulp
mill; critics say USFS's moratorium on road-building not enough;
Costilla County, Colo., sues Taylor Ranch; mountain plover may be
listed as endangered; hunting rules for snow and Ross
A survey shows that 70 percent of fishers on Idaho's
Middle Fork of the Boise were unable to distinguish endangered bull
trout from the brook or lake trout they were out to
The national forests on the Idaho Panhandle want to double
the timber cut this summer to stop a bark-beetle
The Bureau of Reclamation plans to send warmer water
through Glen Canyon Dam to make the river more tolerable for the
endangered humpback chub.
Big Sky, Montana's plan to discharge treated sewage into
the Gallatin River has environmentalists, locals and even some of
the ritzy ski resort's homeowners in an uproar.
Conservative Alaska Rep. Don Young is sponsoring a bill to
buy more land for the public domain, but environmentalists are not