Items by Stephanie Paige Ogburn

New Mexico governor sucker-punches enviro regs
Administrative rule hold-up may be illegal, green groups say
HCN reader photo - goats!
Mountain goats on Christmas eve
Merry Christmas, small farmers and all eaters
Montana Sen. Tester works hard to match food safety with local producers' needs
State trust lands serve public
State trust lands serve public
Some Western states still fund their schools partly through their state trust lands.
Would you like some DDT with that organic cucumber?
Toxic soil residues can remain on organic farms
HCN reader photo - New Mexico moon
Dark, still, and lovely
All hopped up
All hopped up
Organic hop growers are toasting new regulations that require organic beers to use organic hops.
Restoring San Xavier mission
Restoring San Xavier mission
A collection of images from the outside and interior of historic missions in Arizona
HCN reader photo - Desert cathedral
A bright memory of fall brings some color to winter
Fun with factory farms!
An interactive map of animal cities
HCN reader photo - Elk in Yellowstone
Enjoy this beautiful image with your Thanksgiving
HCN reader photo - Outside Taos
Still winter beauty in northern New Mexico
Mer-cow-ski?
The many variations
HCN reader photo - fall colors
Montana shows its splendor
Sharing the (reduced) bounty
NOAA pushes catch shares for fisheries in new official policy
Fields of dreams
Fields of dreams
"Farmworker Reality Tours" teach citizens about the lives of California's migrant farmworkers.
Breathing easy
Breathing easy
In West Oakland, Calif., the Breathmobile fights inner city asthma.
A mobile health solution
A mobile health solution
A day with the asthma-fighting crusaders of West Oakland, Calif.
The Weird West
The Weird West
A slide show of images from HCN's 40th anniversary photo contest.
HCN Reader Photo - the Palouse
Rolling fields of the Northwest.
The West's growing waistline
And the foods that help it grow (a map)
HCN Reader Photo: Boots
Boots and sky. What more could you ask for?
Natural gas comes on strong
But I don't give out my number to fossil fuels
Into the wild
Into the wild
Rue Mapp's group Outdoor Afro encourages black people to explore nature and learn about things like bird-watching.
Life in a doomed dome
In Dreaming the Biosphere, Rebecca Reider looks into the story behind the failed Arizona experiment.
Should Salazar resign?
Greens don't love him, but he's not all bad.
People of the West
People of the West
A slide show of images from HCN's 40th anniversary photo contest.
HCN Reader Photo: Western Sandpipers
Some birds that aren't covered with oil
HCN Reader Photo: Prisoner plantings
Tattooed hands propagate native species
High Country News Classifieds
  • RARE CHIRICAHUA RIPARIAN LAND FOR SALE: NEAR CHRICAHUA NATIONAL PARK
    2 (20 acre sites): 110 miles from Tucson:AZ Native trees: Birder's heaven: dark skies: Creek: borders State lease & National forest: /13-16 inches of rain...
  • DIRECTOR - SONORAN DESERT INN & CONFERENCE CENTER
    The Sonoran Desert Inn & Conference Center is a non-profit lodging and event venue in Ajo, Arizona, located on the historic Curley School Campus. We...
  • CANYONLANDS FIELD INSTITUTE
    Field Seminars for adults: cultural and natural history of the Colorado Plateau. With guest experts, local insights, small groups, and lodge or base camp formats....
  • PLANNED GIVING OFFICER
    National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation's oldest and largest national parks nonprofit advocacy organization seeks a Planned Giving Officer. Do you find energy in...
  • DEPUTY DIRECTOR
    The Methow Valley Citizens Council has a distinguished history of advocating for progressive land use and environmental values in the Methow Valley and Okanogan County...
  • ACTING INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS DESK EDITOR
    High Country News is seeking an Acting Indigenous Affairs Editor to oversee the work of our award-winning Indigenous Affairs Desk while our editor is on...
  • GRANTS PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    The Cinnabar Foundation seeks an enthusiastic, team-oriented and knowledgeable Grants Program Director to work from their home in Montana. Established in 1983, the Cinnabar Foundation...
  • ARTEMIS PROGRAM MANAGER
    The Artemis Program Manager will work with National Wildlife Federation sporting and public lands staff to change this dynamic, continue to build upon our successful...
  • ALASKA SEA KAYAK BUSINESS FOR SALE
    Well-known and successful sea kayak, raft, hike, camp guiding & water taxi service. Sale includes everything needed to run the business, including office & gear...
  • MEMBERSHIP AND EVENTS PROGRAM COORDINATOR
    Great Old Broads for Wilderness seeks a detail-oriented and enthusiastic Membership and Events Coordinator to join our small, but mighty-fun team to oversee our membership...
  • PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR
    ABOUT THE HIGH DESERT MUSEUM Since opening in 1982, HIGH DESERT MUSEUM has brought together wildlife, culture, art and natural resources to promote an understanding...
  • LAND STEWARD, ARAVAIPA
    Steward will live on-site in housing provided by TNC and maintains preserve areas frequented by the visiting public and performs land management activities. The Land...
  • DEVELOPMENT WRITER
    Who We Are: The Nature Conservancy's mission is to protect the lands and waters upon which all life depends. As a science-based organization, we create...
  • CONNECTIVITY SCIENCE COORDINATOR
    Position type: Full time, exempt Location: Bozeman preferred; remote negotiable Compensation: $48,000 - $52,000 Benefits: Major medical insurance, up to 5% match on a 401k,...
  • EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
    ArenaLife is looking for an Executive Assistant who wants to work in a fast-paced, exciting, and growing organization. We are looking for someone to support...
  • DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
    Driggs, ID based non-profit. Full time. Full job description available at tvtap.org. Submit cover letter and resume to [email protected]
  • ENVIRONMENTAL AND CONSTRUCTION GEOPHYSICS
    - We find groundwater, buried debris and assist with new construction projects for a fraction of drilling costs.
  • SPRING MOUNTAINS SOLAR OFF GRID MOUNTAIN HOME
    Located 50 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada in the pine forest of Lee Canyon at 8000 feet elevation. One of a kind property surrounded...
  • MAJOR GIFTS MANAGER - MOUNTAIN WEST, THE CONSERVATION FUND
    Cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of 75-125 donors.
  • NATURE'S BEST IN ARAVAIPA CANYON
    10 acre private oasis in one of Arizona's beautiful canyons. Fully furnished, 2123 sq ft architectural custom-built contemporary home with spectacular views and many extras....