Big or Small: Who Will Grow Washington's Cannabis Crop?

Big or Small: Who Will Grow Washington’s Cannabis Crop?

Editor’s Note: Washington State recently legalized cannabis. We hear from a man who urges us to recognize this opportunity to create a [read more …]

A Case to Protect Public Land

Photo: Clearcuts in the Green River Watershed, Del Sonneson By Janine Blaeloch, Director, Western Lands Project Editor’s Note: Learn about the law [read more …]

Oregon is a Desert State

Photo: Greg Burke By Brent Fenty, Executive Director of the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) Editor’s Note: Take it from Brent, the [read more …]

Forest Protection-The Olympic Peninsula

By Peggy Bruton, Board of Directors, Olympic Forest Coalition Editor’s Note:  Where has the discussion of logging and forest protection gone? With [read more …]

Keeping Working Forests on the Landscape

By Cindy Mitchell, Senior Director for Public Affairs at the Washington Forest Protection Association and forest lands owner. Editor’s Note: This new [read more …]

It’s a Wild Life – Can You Spare Some Passion?

By Tim Coleman, Director of the Kettle Range Conservation Group and Cofounder of the Wild Washington Campaign, among other things. Editor’s Note: [read more …]

West Hylebos Wetlands: A Place Worth Preserving

By Steve Dubiel (EarthCorps Executive Director) and Blair Edwards (EarthCorps Intern)   All too often, we look to wilderness to find nature [read more …]

12,000 Rain Gardens

By Stacey Gianas and David Burger Editor’s Note: In this world we are often confronted with the challenge of how to make [read more …]

Investing in Seed Banks

Photo: The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture: Nigeria Editor’s Note: Written by a talented young writer, this article concerning Seed Banks and [read more …]

Native Plant Spotlight: Oregon Grape

Adapted from writing by Sarah Gage Why Choose It? Upright stalks of yellow flowers brighten a shady garden starting early in March, [read more …]

Washington’s Roadless Forests

August 11 proved to be anything but a typical day for two staff members from Washington Wilderness Coalition. This would not be [read more …]