Items by Paul Larmer
In the rural West, river pollution seems somewhat straightforward, when in reality it’s infinitely complex.
No agency can be expected to care for the environment if the citizens who empower it don’t pay attention.
Cliven Bundy’s Nevada standoff shows we can’t dismiss armed drama, but we should also understand that the issues surrounding gun control point to something deep in America’s philosophical DNA.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay can teach us how to preserve what we still have and to restore what we’ve lost.
There are hints of progress in the long-lasting stalemate over some of Utah's -- and the world's -- most spectacular landscapes.
The author of a new biography of one of the West's largest landholders speaks with HCN about conservation, capitalism and Cousteau.
Latino farmworker communities in California's Central Valley suffer from polluted drinking water -- and High Country News can't ignore it.
- Jim Scarborough on Environmentalists on both sides of the border eye Canadian election
- Tony Chiaviello on A trail runner defends his right to public lands
- Steve Snyder on The Colorado River’s desalination plant is on its last legs
- Art Anderson on Can the pope bridge the climate divide?
- Art Anderson on Environmentalists on both sides of the border eye Canadian election