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Meet HCN’s new editor-in-chief
Meet HCN’s new editor-in-chief
Our readers have high expectations, and Jennifer Sahn is up for the charge.
Big awards and staffing changes
Big awards and staffing changes
Our investigation from March 2020 gets deserved recognition, and we say a bittersweet farewell to a few employees.
Farewell to HCN’s editor-in-chief
Farewell to HCN’s editor-in-chief
After five years at the helm, Brian Calvert is off to the next big thing.
Spread the news,  and take us higher
Spread the news, and take us higher
As we gear up for another 50 years, we’re working to raise $10 million.
In difficult times, community matters
In difficult times, community matters
Supporting each other helps us all do our best.
Telling the story of the changing West
Telling the story of the changing West
As the Trump administration retrenches, there’s a rising call for justice and political reform.
Utopic or dystopic future Bozeman?
Utopic or dystopic future Bozeman?
Things aren’t like they used to be in Montana’s iconic mountain town.
Zinke is letting corporations profit off our national parks
Zinke is letting corporations profit off our national parks
A company is cashing in on prized public lands by fleecing American taxpayers.
Hunters, it’s long past time we stood up for gun control
Hunters, it’s long past time we stood up for gun control
Hunting isn’t under attack, but our freedom from violence is.
A nearly forgotten poet’s view from above timberline
A nearly forgotten poet’s view from above timberline
Belle Turnbull found transcendence in the Colorado Rockies.
If you can’t beat the weeds, eat them
If you can’t beat the weeds, eat them
How nature — and marmots — thwarted a plan for an urban garden.
This is our land – until it’s privatized
This is our land – until it’s privatized
The unhealthy alliance between the Forest Service and its concessionaires.
This land is our land – until it’s privatized
New route to end Utah's wilderness stalemate
New route to end Utah's wilderness stalemate
Can one of the West's most conservative, anti-federal lands lawmakers broker a mega-wilderness deal in the Beehive state?
Stakeholders
Stakeholders
Voices in the Utah wilderness debate
Global warming's reluctant poster child
Global warming's reluctant poster child
The ski industry, for whom bad press means all the difference between a banner year and a bust, tries to manage public perception of climate change's impact on snowfall and resort conditions.
Can Sally Jewell interest a new generation in public lands?
Can Sally Jewell interest a new generation in public lands?
The chief of Recreation Equipment Inc. has worked hard to support conservation and get people of all ages and colors outside. Can she do the same at the Department of Interior?
Climate change turns an already troubled ski industry on its head
Climate change turns an already troubled ski industry on its head
California's Mammoth Mountain provides a case study on the uncertainty of the ski business, and how global warming threatens to make it even more unpredictable.
Can the outdoor gear industry wield its power for conservation?
Can the outdoor gear industry wield its power for conservation?
Pioneering mountaineer Peter Metcalf built Black Diamond into a successful climbing-gear business when nobody thought it could be done. But his dream of turning the outdoor industry into a force for nature remains tantalizingly elusive.
Dueling Letters: Utah's Governor versus Black Diamond's CEO
Conservation Alliance Grants, 2011-2012
Conservation Alliance Grants, 2011-2012
A map showing the grants given by the Outdoor Industry Association's sister organization, the Conservation Alliance.
Those are our buffalo, pardner (CON)
Those are our buffalo, pardner (CON)
Montana's plan to let Ted Turner harbor 88 brucellosis-free bison in exchange for some of their progeny commercializes wildlife and smacks of back-room dealing.
Bicycles, books and beer
Bicycles, books and beer
Todd Simmons founded a bookstore, a journal and a publishing company in Fort Collins, Colo., on little more than a shoestring and a dream.
Deals on wheels
Let's get bigger
Go beyond dams to save salmon
Go beyond dams to save salmon
We must tackle the other factors, aside from dams, that threaten the iconic fish.
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