Books

Nature got your heart?
Nature got your heart?
These photos tell the story of writer John Nichols’ love affair with the wild.
A tale of two Roosevelts
A tale of two Roosevelts
Two books examine how both Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt helped build an American conservation ethos.
A way of unforgetting
A way of unforgetting
Author Lauret Savoy on tracing personal and national history through landscapes.
From driveways to watersheds
Booklet Protecting Our Water Resources aims to reduce Truckee River pollution.
E-Mail for the rural West
Computer bulletin board service focuses on rural West.
Reclaiming high places
High Altitude Revegetation workshop planned.
Forcing the spring
Forcing the Spring by Robert Gottlieb looks at devleopment of natural and human environmental movements.
No change on the range
Wanderings of an Environmental Journalist In Alaska and the American West. Essays by Philip Fradkin reviewed.
Work for (a) change
Review of Making a Change: A Student Guide to Social Change Internships in the Northern Rockies.
Cow stomp and more
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance to sponsor conference for anti-grazing activists.
Canyonlands backcountry plan
National Park Service wants to restrict camping.
Wanted: Wild poets
Poetry contest sponsored by Utah Wilderness Association.
Join the eagles
Klamath Basin Bald Eagle Conference planned.
Idaho's unsettling sediment
Government study shows Idaho's Lake Coeur d'Alene contaminated by mining sediments.
Agriculture in the round
Agricultural Outlook Forum set for Denver.
Slip sliding away
International Erosion Control Association plans conference.
Taking back Santa Fe
Take Back Santa Fe group wants to rein in runaway development.
The Virgin River is the target
Las Vegas puts the Virgin River at the top of its list for future water supplies, upsetting upstream users.
Sonoran stewardship
'Bridging Borders: A Cross-Border Exchange' explores protecting cultural and environmental heritage along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Real western women
The Women of the West Museum in Denver will feature women from all economic and ethnic backgrounds.
No driving in Zion?
Tourists in Zion National Park may have to park their cars and take a bus if a National Park Service plan is approved.
Nevada mine wants to grow
The Independence Mining Co. says the 1872 Mining Law entitles it to double the size of its gold mine north of Elko.
Little support for public-land ranchers
A public opinion poll shows widespread disapproval of current range policies.