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West Obsessed: The Bundy trial looms in Las Vegas
West Obsessed: The Bundy trial looms in Las Vegas
Editor Tay Wiles unpacks how the legal dispute embodies this political moment.
West Obsessed: Where climate adaptation is happening
West Obsessed: Where climate adaptation is happening
The president may think climate change is a hoax, but communities across the West are facing reality.
West Obsessed: The battle over solar energy
West Obsessed: The battle over solar energy
High Country News delves into a win for Nevada’s solar customers and what it means for the grid.
KDNK interviews HCN intern Kindra McQuillan about the land transfer movement
KDNK interviews HCN intern Kindra McQuillan about the land transfer movement
A Utah bill could set a precedent for transferring federal lands to state control, if it goes forward.
KDNK speaks with HCN correspondent Ben Goldfarb
KDNK speaks with HCN correspondent Ben Goldfarb
Can considering the financial value of an ecosystem help save it?
Light rail exists in Denver, and comes to Phoenix
Light rail exists in Denver, and comes to Phoenix
Nelson Harvey takes a ride on Denver’s light rail to see whether it’s changed his city for the better.
The thing just beyond our reach
The thing just beyond our reach
A portrait of writer Charles Bowden, told by people he’s written about and editors he’s worked with.
From the Tipi to the Tesla
From the Tipi to the Tesla
Activist Winona LaDuke on environmental justice and foregoing unclean technology.
KDNK speaks with HCN reporter John Calderazzo
KDNK speaks with HCN reporter John Calderazzo
Scientists who study climate change can be remarkably bad at communicating findings.
KDNK speaks with HCN reporter Claudine LoMonaco
KDNK speaks with HCN reporter Claudine LoMonaco
On troubling corporate and Forest Service conduct in Arizona.
A conversation with Chuck Bowden from 2002
A conversation with Chuck Bowden from 2002
The late writer discusses the 'cannibalism of society' and other ills.
Climate threats to Alaska food security
Climate threats to Alaska food security
KDNK speaks with HCN writer Elizabeth Grossman.
Jonathan Thompson on payday lending
Jonathan Thompson on payday lending
Latest chapter in the exploitation of Native Americans, with a surprising plot twist.
Border patrol runs roughshod on public lands
Border patrol runs roughshod on public lands
KDNK speaks with Ray Ring about damage to border ecology.
Will gun control do more harm than good?
Will gun control do more harm than good?
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN about the great gun debate.
The National Park Service's diversity problem
The National Park Service's diversity problem
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN about changing demographics.
Listen to HCN readers share horror stories
Listen to HCN readers share horror stories
A KDNK Sounds of the High Country segment.
KDNK Radio speaks with Judith Lewis Mernit
KDNK Radio speaks with Judith Lewis Mernit
California’s energy needs might mean development for small towns with big renewable resources.
KDNK Radio speaks with writer Sierra Crane-Murdoch
KDNK Radio speaks with writer Sierra Crane-Murdoch
Searching for answers in a Nevada town plagued by childhood cancer.
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN reporter April Reese
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN reporter April Reese
A buyout program in the Gila.
Two Angelenos debate the city's sustainability efforts
Two Angelenos debate the city's sustainability efforts
KCRW Radio conversation based on HCN essay "Brave New L.A."
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN reporter Kevin Taylor
KDNK Radio speaks with HCN reporter Kevin Taylor
Will an apple a day keep the food desert away?
Community responds to a film on its own ill-fated uranium mill
Community responds to a film on its own ill-fated uranium mill
KVNF Radio was on hand for a screening of "Uranium Drive-In."