Editor's note

The Anthropocene: Our self-inflicted wound
The Anthropocene: Our self-inflicted wound
On getting past fear and toward a philosophy more useful.
Why we’re drawn to trails
Why we’re drawn to trails
On the kinship between walkers.
Our ‘Montana moment’
Our ‘Montana moment’
Perspective on polarized politics in the West.
On nature and human nature
On nature and human nature
We’re tied to the natural world — despite our efforts to the contrary.
The myths that imprison us
The myths that imprison us
A prison town reflects Western truths of reinvention and subjugation.
We’re not an environmental magazine
We’re not an environmental magazine
A deeper look at the way we cover the lands and communities of the American West.
You can’t take politics out of the West
You can’t take politics out of the West
Our editor-in-chief responds to recent criticism.
Remember, we’ve seen this before
There and back again
A hidden epidemic
A wild thought
A wild thought
Standing Rock and beyond
Looking back on Obama
Our parks’ dark corners
Solace in wild spaces
A different boom-and-bust story
A different boom-and-bust story
Bridging the here/elsewhere divide in a country grown accustomed to failure.
The West’s messy intersections
Movements, waning and waxing
Trump and the West
In search of a borderless West
For the Park Service, an uncomfortable birthday
Feds and states clash over Mexican wolf management
On sovereignty and subjugation