conservation

Every fall Bob Granstrom of Buffalo Mountain Outfitters leads elk hunters into Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains. Lately he’s been packing people into Rock Creek, not for hunting, but to show them why he thinks this 34,000-arcre area should be designated... Read More
In this video, Oxford Pathways Commission Secretary Kate Kellum discusses turning derelict railways into state-of-the-art cycling paths for the residents around the University of Mississippi. The paths are expected to reduce automobile traffic by... Read More
Just a 15-minute drive from Downtown Bend in Central Oregon, the Badlands offer a quiet getaway. The land is designated as "Wilderness" by the federal government, while volcanic ash and eroded lava make up sandy natural trails. Off-trail hikers can... Read More
With some of the most spectacular scenery in the United States the Alpine Triangle is 186, 000 acres of high altitude resource rich public land in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. Citizen groups there are purposing this as an addition... Read More
The forests in the Southern US act as carbon sinks, but their future rests in the hands of private landowners. Watch>>
Do something small to save something big. By lowering our thermostats a mere 2 degrees we can save the CO2 output equivalent of driving over 600 miles.
I had never heard about energy audits before I shot a piece on Pascal Maslin, a local Washington, D.C. energy efficiency expert. Much less did I know that the single biggest contributor to inefficient homes is not insulation or appliances rather... Read More
Mother Nature has a bone to pick with your “stuff.”
George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
You can’t have your pudding if you don’t eat your meat! This old adage comes from legendary rock-n-rollers Pink Floyd and they have a point… When you clean your plate, you help clean the environment too. You reduce food waste and energy waste.... Read More
A southern Idaho highway punches through what was molten lava just 10,000 years ago, a blink of an eye in geologic time. “I’d seen it from the road. I’d seen the lava flow across the road and I read about it in the literature at the wilderness study... Read More

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