A project in Idaho demonstrates how nature-based farming practices can benefit soil and the environment. And potatoes.
How do we approach degraded lands? What role do they play in our conservation conversations? How do we value them? And does it matter?
Should we kill trees because they’re ugly? At one point, conservationists did.
A biologist’s memorable experiences tracking wolverines in central Idaho.
Twenty years of conservation writing, and a creek runs through it.
Why Idaho’s Pioneer Mountains give wildlife room to roam in the face of climate change.
The legendarily difficult trout stream is not always so difficult.
The fields looked like a busload of kids had been busy rolling large snowballs. But this was not the work of human hands.