High Country News August 19, 2013
Startling, one-of-a-kind fossils are unearthed in Montana – and shunned by scientists.
Are settlements between environmentalists and the federal agencies they sue sweetheart deals?
Uncertainty over the health of grizzly population arises as officials consider removing it from the Endangered Species list.
Irrigation shutoffs in the river's upper basin may finally help move a historic water deal on the Oregon-California border.
The purge, meant to help threatened spotted owls, could begin this fall.
Eating our way out of an invasive species invasion.
The story behind this issue's cover feature, about a startling dinosaur discovery in Montana and ensuing scientific controversy.
Summer is the busy, busy season for HCN visitors.
Fighting for the environment is just part of this Navajo's cultural identity.
A review of Dirt Work: An Education in the Woods by Christine Byl
A review of The Days Are Gods by Liz Stephens
A review of photographer Craig Varjabedian's photography book Landscape Dreams, A New Mexico portrait.
Looking back on Bazy Tankersley: publisher, rancher and conservationist
Heard Around the West
Heard Around the West for August 19, 2013: river rafting mishaps, retraining drug sniffer dogs, and more.
Get a rare peek into what it's really like on the job.