Money Trails aims to shine a light on groups lobbying to privatize public lands in the west.
Apparently coyotes will also occasionally ally with badgers in the kaleidoscope of natural wonders.
Vigilance pays off once, but how often are we losing less famous public lands to oil and gas leasing?
Twenty-two sheep were helicoptered in to habitat where they were once important to the land and people.
Skihofing and ice skating may be signs of climate change that catch the attention of some northern communities.
A recently introduced House and Senate resolution focuses on science and people.
I love it when outdoorists speak up and say out loud what we’re all thinking but reluctant to admit.
Read: Tales From The Trails
A Washington mine owner argues that a mine can be left idle forever.
Read: The feds tried to make an example of a small Washington coal mine. It didn’t work. (The feds tried to make an example of a small Washington coal mine. It didn’t work.) — High Country News – Know the West
And will frackers have to reveal their secret chemical cocktails to ensure their water supply?
Politics continues to push the line between damn lies and statistics…