Items by Staff

Week in review: March 16
Week in review: March 16
A leader for the BLM, disappearances on public lands and bison’s origin story: HCN staff’s reading recommendations.
Week in review: March 10
Week in review: March 10
Malheur trials come to a close, new wind record, the battle for Zinke’s seat — what the staff of HCN is reading this week.
Sportsmen prepare for battle; NOAA matters; ICE raids
Week in review: March 3
Week in review: March 3
Arizona’s solar fights, Nevada development and a jaguar spotting are among the stories grabbing HCN writers’ attention this week.
One in, two out; methane rules; facts and democracy
One in, two out; methane rules; facts and democracy
HCN.org news in brief.
Week in review: February 17
Week in review: February 17
What we’re reading this week.
Week in review: February 10
Week in review: February 10
What we’re reading this week.
Trump on energy; Obamacare numbers; guerilla archiving
Trump on energy; Obamacare numbers; guerilla archiving
HCN.org news in brief.
Week in review: February 3
Week in review: February 3
What we’re reading this week.
The threatened ESA; Canada’s contradicting climate goals; revolutionary consumers
DAPL dispatch; forgotten funds; Obama’s rush to the end
DAPL dispatch; forgotten funds; Obama’s rush to the end
HCN.org news in brief.
Through the years: Here’s what to read on Obama’s presidency
Through the years: Here’s what to read on Obama’s presidency
High Country News stories show how Obama wrangled the West.
Solar jobs for miners; millipede discovery; drought’s effects
Election 2016 roundup, Greens prepare for battle, Latino voters turn out
Malheur verdict, chubs and understanding #NoDAPL
Malheur verdict, chubs and understanding #NoDAPL
HCN.org news in brief
The aftereffects of Malheur, wild horse dust-ups and firefighting
Groundwater without borders, detention for profit and a new generation of farms
Winners of the 2016 HCN reader photography contest
Winners of the 2016 HCN reader photography contest
Audience and editor favorites from our national parks.
Disappearing pika and coal’s latest hurdle
Disappearing pika and coal’s latest hurdle
HCN.org news in brief.
What we’re reading about the Bundy trial in Oregon
What we’re reading about the Bundy trial in Oregon
A guide to making sense of the courtroom drama, as the trial begins.
Delta flood’s carbon footprint, floodplain fallout and purple fungi fighters
Bears Ears hubbub, GOP platform pushes state control and #BlackLivesMatter
FBI nabs BLM bombing suspect; Wyoming wind resistance; unofficial border patrol
Exploding oil train, heroin highways and the EPA’s civil rights record
Horse catheters in classrooms, a crackdown on toxics, and an update on the Animas River
Bears Ears, Lead’s big unknown, Hike like a girl
Bears Ears, Lead’s big unknown, Hike like a girl
HCN.org news in brief.
Opiates on the rise; Northwest tribal members fight disenrollment; ‘Best idea?’
White-nose comes West, readers respond to Grand Canyon harassment, and the election out West
Crime’s punishment out West and BLM patrol cuts
Crime’s punishment out West and BLM patrol cuts
HCN.org news in brief.
Groups sue Wyoming over ‘data trespassing’ law
Groups sue Wyoming over ‘data trespassing’ law
The laws make it a crime to collect data on open land if the collector lacks certain permissions.