High Country News May 02, 2011
The Sierra Club's Debbie Sease has spent three decades on Capitol Hill, fighting for the West.
Federal budget cuts dry up the funding for crucial community water projects.
The names on the Western landscape tell a harrowing, fascinating and at times hilarious story.
Legislation protecting the mountain fails to prevent energy development proposals.
What is it like to be an idealistic young environmentalist working on Capitol Hill?
First annual Paonia Film Festival; Pronghorn Passage; Craig Childs wins Desert Writers Award; correction.
Educator Michael Ceballos breaks down the barriers keeping young Native Americans from careers in science.
Writers on the Range
Over-zealous federal agents destroyed the unique atmosphere of the Navajo Reservation’s Hubbell Trading Post.
In his novel, Jonathan Evison tackles the far-flung history of a fictional Northwestern community.
In her second novel, Summer Wood tells the story of a troubled child and the rural, counterculture community that takes him in.