Energy & Industry
California wineries hope to log 2,000 acres of redwoods to grow more grapes. Bottle of pinot to go with that clearcut?
Richard S. Wheeler's historical novel dramatizes the rivalry between the "Copper Kings" in 19th century Butte, Mont.
Researchers are trying to restore the damaged, acidic soil around abandoned hardrock mines with the help of biochar, a special form of charcoal.
The Old West-style extractive economy is roaring back to life, powered by the insatiable energy needs of countries like China.
Attorney Lance Astrella represents landowners coping with oil and gas development on their doorsteps.
The West's once-faltering extractive economy is roaring back to life, powered by the energy needs of developing countries like China.
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