October 17, 1994
Environmentalists face upcoming elections with some anxiety.
Energy Department says Nevada Test Site would be one of the best places in North America to capture solar energy.
An unusual group, the Applegate Partnership, tries to build consensus among environmentalists and loggers in southern Oregon.
Babbitt thwarts hydroelectric project in Klamath Falls when he declares an 11-mile stretch of the Klamath a National Scenic River.
The timber industry responds to the Sierra Club's book, Clearcut, with its side of the story in its own book, Closer Look.
Witness: Endangered Species of North America uses photographs to draw attention to the Endangered Species Act.
The Southwest Idaho Mountain Biking Association believes mountain bikers should pay to use trails on public lands.
- Edward Williams on When poisoning is the solution
- Jeff Zapko on Climate showdown on the Willamette in Oregon
- Jim Brandau on When poisoning is the solution
- Michael Weeks on Deaths renew calls for national parks to rescind BASE jumping bans
- John Finch on Illegal bike trails and a Forest Service crackdown divide a town