High Country News November 25, 2013
The world’s longest ongoing salmon research reveals the astounding complexity of wild ecosystems -- and how easily it can be lost.
An Oklahoma senator’s financial fix for our national treasures.
Despite a few high-profile wildfires, 2013 was a fairly quiet fire season after all.
Are we all headed to “megapolitan” areas like the Wasatch Front and Sun Corridor?
The three tribes of the Flathead Reservation may see significant economic and cultural benefits.
Can an agrarian insurrection revitalize this High Plains town?
The plan failed to adequately protect archaeological sites or control off-road vehicles.
The animals are using state-built bridges to cross deadly Highway 191.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay can teach us how to preserve what we still have and to restore what we’ve lost.
Former HCN editor takes the reins of a California journal, and friends come to visit the office from near and far.
A review of Utah’s Canyon Country Place Names, Volume 1 & 2 by Steve Allen
A writer wonders what it would be like to study the coati, a Southwestern cousin of the raccoon.
Heard Around the West
Mishaps and mayhem from around the West.