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  • A sucker punch to the stomach: When trees turn red

    A sucker punch to the stomach: When trees turn red

    Colorado's bark beetle epidemic is unlike anything that has ever happened to the state in its brief history.

  • A slow-moving disaster

    A slow-moving disaster

    As bark beetles ravage Rocky Mountain forests, communities like Granby, Colo., have to adjust to a radically different landscape.

  • Taking control of the machine

    Taking control of the machine

    Loggers and environmental activists are determined to restore Montana's Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, with or without the help of the Forest Service.

  • Forestry from the inside

    Forestry from the inside

    The newspaper columns collected in Mary Stuever’s The Forester’s Log give an insider’s view of the challenges facing Western forests today.

  • A rough road to repair

    Abandoned logging routes wash $1.3 billion of trouble into Northwestern watersheds

  • Treehuggers and treecutters unite

    Environmentalists have been working with Washington foresters to keep small tree farms in business, but the treaty between the two remains a fragile one.

  • The BLM plays with fire in Oregon

    Pepper Trail says the BLM’s preferred alternative for an Oregon forest will only increase the risk of wildfire.

  • Cutting trees to save the forest

    Chris Kelly’s environmental group, The Conservation Fund, is carefully logging its own redwood trees in order to save forests and salmon in Northern California.

  • Epiphanies on the range

    As teacher Phil Brick travels the West with 21 of his students, he encourages them to ask difficult questions about environmental issues

  • Epiphanies on the range

    As teacher Phil Brick travels the West with 21 of his students, he encourages them to ask difficult questions about environmental issues.

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