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High Country News June 23, 2008

Peace on the Klamath

Feature

Peace on the Klamath

For years, Native Americans, fishermen and farmers have battled over the Klamath River in southern Oregon and Northern California, but finally a complicated truce is in the works.

Editor's Note

Unlikely alliance?

In most of the West’s complicated environmental problems, so-called “unlikely alliances” between greens and their opposite numbers are really not that unlikely after all.

Uncommon Westerners

Survival and the fittest

Ultra-marathon runner Nikki Kimball races to keep her spirit strong and her personal demons at bay.

Essays

Credo: The People’s West

Photographer Stephen Trimble offers suggestions for how citizens and communities can reinvent their relationship with the Western landscape.

Dear Friends

Dear friends

High Country News intern program, Paonia, Colorado, Andrea Appleton, Rob Inglis, Emily Steinmetz

News

The bone collectors

In Colorado’s Gunnison River Basin, wildlife managers are clamping down on out-of-control antler gatherers in order to make life easier for deer and sage grouse.

Wilderness, schmilderness

In Nevada, local counties spooked about the prospect of wilderness within their boundaries derail public-lands bills that could actually help their communities.

Shifting sands in Navajoland

On the drought-stricken Navajo Nation, scientist Margaret Hiza Redsteer studies the movement of sand dunes.

Dewey Bridge: In memoriam

Jim Stiles remembers Utah’s historic Dewey Bridge, which was destroyed by a fire recently.

Book Reviews

Loves, losses and utter disasters

In her new novel, The Berkeley Pit, Dorothy Bryant intertwines the stories of two very different Berkeleys: The California college town during the ‘60s, and the famously toxic open-pit mine in Butte, Mont.

Solo journeys, life lessons

In the nine essays gathered in her new book, Hiking Alone, poet and artist Mary Beath celebrates nature from the point of view of an independent woman.

Heard Around the West

Heard Around the West

Touring a brothel for college credit; Sherpas in Salt Lake City; one hot cat in Washington; bikers vs. drivers in Larimer County, Colo.

Two Weeks in the West

Two weeks in the West

Bush administration finally acknowledges reality of global warming; Montana politics; Yucca Mountain 8,000-page application turned in; J.R. Simplot dies; Telluride wins fight over open space.

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