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The Seed Savers: As the trees at the heart of America’s western wilderness are dying, ecologists are trying to grow their way out of the problem.

Biographic, November 15, 2016

The massive Yellowstone fish die-off: A glimpse into our climate future?, August 25, 2016

Carnivores, not condos: Ranches provide wildlife passages between two protected ecosystems

Western Confluence, August 23, 2016

Why archaeologists are intentionally setting Early American sites on fire, May 31, 2016

Montana rancher looks to the past to prepare for tomorrow’s climate

High Country News, January 25, 2016

Montana gets D grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation

Center for Public Integrity, November 9, 2015

Montana farmers start talking climate change

High Country News, August 28, 2015

A Year of Low Oil Prices Means Fewer Rigs in the US — But Not Less Oil

VICE News, July 8, 2015

The scrappy effort to revive a former mining town

High Country News, June 22, 2015

Despite Low Oil Prices, North Dakota Remains an Expensive Place to Live

VICE News, June 15, 2015


Is It Okay to Drill in the Arctic? It’s Complicated, According to the Obama Administration

VICE News, April 13, 2015

Suburban sprawl doesn’t have to be ecologically devastating

Ensia, January 5, 2014


The largest illegal wildlife market in Asia may be on the Myanmar-China border

VICE News, December 23, 2014


Save the manatees — with genomics

Beacon Reader, December 5, 2014


Killing wolves to protect cattle may backfire

High Country News (web exclusive), December 5, 2014