High Country News November 12, 2012
Activists push compromise as the controversial federal mustang management program reaches a breaking point, with more horses in captivity than roam the range.
Images of frogs deformed by a parasitic flatworm that flourishes in altered environments.
A new form of geothermal energy has the potential to revolutionize U.S. power production, if costs come down.
New Mexico's Gila National Forest is a good natural laboratory for studying the effects of wildfire.
If King Coal wants a boost, it should go after "Drill Baby Drill."
The young founders of the Epicenter, a social services and design nonprofit, try to overcome the stigma of the well-intentioned outsider.
Wild horses are a touchy subjects for many Americans; the BLM's complex policies on mustang round-up and maintenance illustrates the point.
High Country News has a board meeting and schemes for more reader involvement; visitors from around the West.
George Black's book details the violent history surrounding Yellowstone National Park.
The book On Arctic Ground: Tracking Time Through Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve, advocates protecting wildlife in the reserve.
A 60-year-old Oregonian goes deer hunting for the first time