Items by Ben Goldfarb
Environmental DNA surveys found higher diversity of clams and mud-dwelling species in populated Puget Sound.
The curmudgeonly author’s last collection, published just weeks before his death, remains preoccupied with the joy of life.
Invasive carp may recolonize areas they were once eradicated from, depending on how long the occupation lasts.
The federal agency has been researching nonlethal means to protect livestock for decades. So why is it still killing so many carnivores?
Some scientists are replacing sardines and anchovies with soybeans and corn as food for farmed fish.
Fishermen fear AquaBounty’s creation will collapse salmon prices, but history tells a more complex tale.
A drought plan in one of the West’s most forward-thinking watersheds reconciles salmon and agriculture.
- Mike Sennett on Go ahead, control my guns
- Barbara Ullian on How to love a weird and perfect wilderness
- John Wahoff on It’s not the Wild West anymore. Look before you shoot.
- Tom Kinnane on Missing science, disagreement surrounds fracking report
- Gerald Burton on Back to civics class: 10 things to know about Standing Rock