High Country News May 12, 2014
The National Park Service struggles to connect with a changing America.
The latest Sagebrush Rebellion flare-up in Nevada was unusually fierce.
A performance artist tackles stereotypes of Native Americans in public.
A detailed history of the conflict, starting in 1953.
State wildlife agencies struggle to broaden funding as their duties expand.
Wyoming court requires transparency and a company vows to reveal all of its chemicals.
By making our national parks more welcoming to minorities, we realize the potential of “America’s Best Idea.”
A Pulitzer for a Colorado writer, visitors to HCN and a correction.
Writers on the Range
The unhealthy alliance between the Forest Service and its concessionaires.
A book that journeys through geologic time.
“Yellowstone Has Teeth” by Marjane Ambler
“Monument Road: A Novel” by Charlie Quimby
A novice logger helps thin the forest in Washington.
Heard Around the West
Mishaps and mayhem from around the region.