Radio High Country News has released the first of a three-part series on fire in the West. The series includes on-the-ground reports and interviews with the scientists, managers policy-makers and writers who are framing today’s debate over fire policy. Listen online at www.hcn.org/radio.
activists leading the environmental movement astray? Arizona writer
Dave Gowdey believes so. Check out his Writers on the
Range column under the Opinion tab at www.hcn.org. High Country
News has pulled together a decade’s worth of its best
reporting and essays on fire in a new special report. Fire in the
West features the work of Stephen Pyne, Craig Childs, Louise
Wagenknecht, Ray Ring and others. Buy a copy at our Web site,
www.hcn.org, or call 1-800-905-1155.
Deck: "For once in my life I became pure observer, watching the
land with my one eye." So writes conservationist Mike
Medberry about a harrowing trip to Idaho’s Craters
of the Moon National Monument. His essay anchors HCN’s June
9th summer essay issue, which focuses on the many different ways of
viewing the West.