2010 and earlier Magazine Articles
Lynn Jungwirth’s tireless efforts have made the voice of rural communities part of the forest policy dialogue.
California cities are pumping their treated wastewater underground to create electricity
An hour from the smog and concrete of Los Angeles, a quarter-million-acre oasis, bursting with rare and unusual species...
Across the country, communities are uniting to protect the forests they hold dear.
Can forests save us from climate change?
To save orangutans, scientist Willie Smits is restoring a rain forest.
One year ago a major spill in San Francisco Bay marked the latest insult to a waterway...
What’s a shade tree worth? Can a single strategically placed tree actually reduce energy use and save homeowners hard-earned dollars?
In the face of unrelenting Development: How to keep forests in forest?
Just before Easter last year a female California condor soared across the international border from Mexico into the United States.
Global warming, paved-over farms and forests, swarms of off-road vehicles on ever-dwindling public lands–it’s easy to feel hopeless about the future of our planet.
A group of dedicated scientists hassucceeded in reviving the health of fragile islands off the coasts of California and Mexico
Deep-ocean animals have long evaded scientists’ elaborate probes. Now, a tough little camera catches them on video.
As timber companies divest, carefully managed forestland is up for grabs, and it portends an invisible-but staggering-crisis for the U.S.
In her quest to learn how life works, Erika Zavaleta would rather not do it sitting still.
Twisted with time, unspoiled and austere, the planets oldest living inhabitants offer insights...
We who love wilderness face a daunting dilemma. Every Summer we watch smoke clouds rise...
All Gordon Hempton wants is one square inch of silence.
Lily Baker reaches into a clump of willows and rubs her fingers over the leaf buds swelling under the smooth gray bark
In Japan, forests are grown as crops, and timber management is a ritual.
Wayne Dakan breaks away from a group hinking along Hungry Creek, a tributary of the Feather River in Northeastern California