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Reservoir Logs

Posted on by Rob Podgorney / Comments Off on Reservoir Logs

A Deep Hot Water Study By Rob Podgorney This story is offered free in its entirety. For millions of years, the earth’s crust has moved over the volcanic Yellowstone hotspot, altering the landscapes of Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Montana,
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Desert Love

Posted on by Diana Hooley / Comments Off on Desert Love

A Slow Reveal Story and Photo by Diana Hooley The corner of earth I’ve lived on in Owyhee County for more than forty years is in the desert, south and west of Hammett. The word “desert” is oft-abused
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All Wet

Posted on by Melody McKinney / Comments Off on All Wet

In Praise of Watery Nature Story and Photos by Melody McKinney As a dedicated traveler, I’ve enjoyed the views from Missouri to Illinois to Colorado, among many other states, but I’ve never fallen more in love with Nature’s
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Good Work

Posted on by Maija Baehr / Comments Off on Good Work

“Solving for Pattern” By Maija Baehr This story is offered free in its entirety for the first part of April. Sitting as tall as I could, I bounced my knees up and down nervously as I watched the
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Sagebrush Signals

Posted on by Shiva WhiteHawk / Comments Off on Sagebrush Signals

Do Plants Communicate? By Shiva WhiteHawk Last fall, I hiked into the Snake River Plain northeast of my home in Twin Falls and stood surrounded by sagebrush as far as the eye could see. Silence reigned, and I
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What Lies Beneath

Posted on by Richard Thorum / Comments Off on What Lies Beneath

Under, Around, and Before Dworshak Dam By Richard Thorum In August 2017, when I took a job as a park ranger at Dworshak Dam south of Lewiston, I’d never journeyed in Idaho north of Boise. I grew up
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What the Floods Wrought

Posted on by Max Jenkins / Comments Off on What the Floods Wrought

Tracing the Origins of Contemporary Idaho Story and Photos by Max Jenkins For a long time, I didn’t understand why the terrain varied so widely throughout much of Idaho. This mystery arose in my boyhood, after our family
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Land-Savers

Posted on by Mike Turnlund / Comments Off on Land-Savers

Connecting Children to Nature By Mike Turnlund When I began my first year teaching at a small rural high school in Idaho’s scenic panhandle—surrounded by forests and water and mountains—it was a shock to realize that many of
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