Home building around national parks has a ripple effect on wildlife and habitat inside those parks.
by KIMBERLY HIRAI, Oct 31, 2011 Sidebar
by Matt Jenkins, Oct 17, 2011 Letters
by Shana Payne, Bill Gore, Sep 18, 2011 Writers on the Range
Logan, Utah, needs to get over its adolescent angst and decide what it wants
to be when it grows up.
by Dennis Hinkamp, Jul 01, 2011 Current
Urban sprawl helps spur new efforts at compromise in managing state trust lands.
by Nathan Rice, Jun 22, 2011 Current
The West's state trust lands form a complex patchwork, and each state manages them differently.
by Nathan Rice, Jun 13, 2011 Feature
The proposed redevelopment of San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood worries its longtime black residents, who fear gentrification will drive them out.
by Rachel Waldholz, May 31, 2011 Opinion
The deep flaws in the BLM's inventory of Utah wild lands
may doom many irreplaceable landscapes that were eliminated from
by Charles Wilkinson, May 11, 2011 Current
An ambitious green development is in the works on Mesa del Sol just outside of Albuquerque, N.M.
by Stan Alcorn, Apr 18, 2011 Letters
by Dave Hays, Feb 15, 2011 Current
Local governments are trying to give a boost to small farmers and organic growers.
by Nathaniel Hoffman, Feb 04, 2011 Book Reviews
William Tweed takes a loving but critical look at the National Park Service in Uncertain Path: A Search for the Future of National Parks.
by Laura A. Watt, Jan 24, 2011 Current
Some Western states still fund their schools partly through their state trust lands.
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn, Dec 20, 2010 Feature
Long-banned pesticides linger in the soils of neighborhoods built on former agricultural land in central Washington.
by Rebecca Clarren, Dec 13, 2010 Sidebar
High Country News offers tips on how to garden safely if your home is built on at-risk former farmland.
by Rebecca Clarren, Dec 06, 2010