High Country News July 25, 1994
Conservationists discover state lands and bid against ranchers to lease them.
Wake fire near Paonia, 14 firefighters killed near Glenwood Springs.
A eulogy for conservationist Jim Thrash, who died in the Canyon Creek fire.
Fires in the West raise hard questions about fire suppression policies and forest health.
Jim Baca says in Reno speech that environmental grass roots of West have to be reinvigorated.
A threatened species of prairie dog may burrow through sewage lagoons at Bryce Canyon National Park.
A boom in natural gas drilling in Wyoming is happening too fast for wildlife.
Attempts to restrict jetboats in Hells Canyon annoy both jetboaters and environmentalists.
Road closures to improve grizzly habitat raise ire of local residents.
Rancher Rocky Webb swaps his water rights in a stream for a year's worth of hay to help restore steelhead trout.
Chancey Naboyia, the first known Navajo archaeologist, retires from the National Park Service.
Andalex Resources Inc. plans huge coal mine on the Kaiparowits Plateau.
Matt Dietz suggests new potential location for wolf reintroduction.
Park Service considers historic preservation of Minuteman silos in South Dakota.
A new house in Missoula, Mont., showcases recycled building materials.
The Last Straw quarterly covers straw-bale housing construction.
Art exhibit and magazine take on Smokey Bear.
Workshop on prairie wetlands set for Bismarck, North Dakota.
Peter R. Cheeke's book Impacts of Livestock Production takes a thoughtful look at grazing.
An energy technician gets an interesting look at trailer-court life in Western Colorado.
State land management reforms in Utah raise money for schools.