2011 - 2012 Magazine Articles
The race to protect one of North America’s most crucial-and vulnerable-wildlife corridors.
Wherever trees grow, they are quietly performing a miracle.
Building habitat along agricultural edges.
A year after Japan’s nuclear meltdown, scientists are investigating the effects of radiation exposure on birds, other wildlife, and plants.
Laurie Wayburn stands quietly in a forest glade surrounded by towering coastal redwoods
Environmental warrior Martin Litton is as fired up as ever
Once on the verge of extinction, North America’s largest land birds have made a dramatic comeback
A makeover turns manmade Aramburu Island into rich wildlife habitat.
Everywhere she looks in Humbug Valley, Beverly Benner Ogle sees the past.
Protecting an unparalleled property in Oregon.
Community-based conservation has affected participants from grassroots organizers in their tiny towns to federal bureaucrats in DC.
New funding protects more than 62,000 acres on a California Ranch.
California school builds curriculum around local forest.