High Country News July 22, 2013
Can one of the West's most conservative, anti-federal lands lawmakers broker a mega-wilderness deal in the Beehive state?
The political and practical potential of gas in the climate fight
Some of the last surviving salmon-based cultures turn to the EPA to protect their communities.
A startling history of groundwater usage across the West
There are hints of progress in the long-lasting stalemate over some of Utah's -- and the world's -- most spectacular landscapes.
A mother comes to terms with her son's childhood in the urban environment
HCN's board of directors met recently, our fund-raising art auction was a success, and several visitors came to call.
Marisa Silver's new novel, Mary Coin, explores the personal and cultural implications of a famous Depression-era photograph
A review of Little Century by Anna Keesey
Heard Around the West
Hot hot weather around the West, forest jihadis, accidental angling, and more
A friend remembers energy activist and outdoorsman Randy Udall after his death.