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All Stories by Brianna Randall
A dropping lake level affects agriculture, public health and the environment — but water conservation can halt the decline.
Only one pregnant whale shark has ever been studied. New underwater techniques using ultrasound and blood tests could change that.
Thanks to a 14-year reintroduction effort, fishers, or “tree wolverines,” are once again climbing and hunting in Washington’s forests after fur trapping and habitat loss wiped them out.
Cheatgrass and other invasive plants are expanding rapidly in the western United States, putting more places at risk for wildfires.
Building simple structures with sticks and stones — and inviting in dam-building beavers — can keep water where it’s needed to fight drought and wildfires.