Opinion

We should recognize the legal rights of rivers
We should recognize the legal rights of rivers
No law gives a river a right to exist; at best, laws protect a river from harm caused by new development.
Firefighters, your next mission might be next door
Firefighters, your next mission might be next door
Many are still unaware of the dangers of living in the wildland-urban interface.
Congress has rejected many of Trump’s budget cuts
Congress has rejected many of Trump’s budget cuts
Congress has pushed back on repeated efforts to ax environmental programs.
A small community at a crossroads
The EPA gets it
The EPA gets it
Don’t label me an “outsider”
The liberal’s guide to a chainsaw
Demographic shifts and the Native voting block
Demographic shifts and the Native voting block
In 1980, 20 percent of the U.S. population was minority; today, 37 percent is.
The riddle of the circle of ancient power
Utah’s public lands aren’t about to change hands
Tribal sovereignty remains Alaska's unfinished business
“Paradise” has turned a little grim
Pioneer women get the Hollywood treatment
How cold can it get in the Grand Canyon? Real cold
An experiment in privatizing public land fails after 14 years
Crude tactics worked against the sage grouse
Oil pipelines are going to keep breaking in rivers
Why we risked getting arrested in Utah
Give the fossil fuel industry free rein!
Wildlife-shooting contests are unjustified
Food stamps and me
Food stamps and me
Unlocking digital tools in Indian Country to build a new economy
Unlocking digital tools in Indian Country to build a new economy
Tribes need to invest in their young people -- and in technology
Perseverance pays off for the Rocky Mountain Front
Perseverance pays off for the Rocky Mountain Front
A 37-year crusade ends in new protections