One researcher described streams that have become “so acidic that they curdle your powdered milk.”
In the Tongass, youth help manage a forest and protect an ancient art.
Life as a boarding school student in the Southwest meant constantly being shuttled around on buses or flatbed trailers, never being told where you were going or who would be waiting for you.
Climate change is causing ecosystem shifts, and the cascading effects impact animals and hunters.
In Washington, 18 place names with the ‘sq–’ slur are being changed to names like ‘Columbia.’ State officials say that’s not good enough.
A new report shows tribal communities have adapted to meet the needs of their people in ways that state and federal governments can’t.
After the Northwest ‘heat dome’ this summer, scientists look for signs of ecological ruin — or resilience.
“I was glued to my computer for days, trying to figure out what these birds were doing, because it was so clearly, obviously, not normal.”