The WILD Cascades
Spring-Summer 2015 issue will be online soon!
Monte Cristo count down
Overpopulation here at home
Letter to NPS director regarding Stehekin Valley road
Park Service helicopters confirmed in Mather Wilderness this summer
Chris Morgan: Yes, please, grizzly bears
Return to Del Campo
American Alps update: Why establlish a National Preserve in the North Cascades?
Cascade Rambles: Green River and Charley Creek
The Corvid’s eye
Remembering Bonnie Phillips
A scientist’s emotional evaluation of the “winter” past
Here's an excerpt from this issue's "Corvid's Eye" column:
By the time the corvid first met Bonnie Phillips in the waning years of the 20th century, her days of rugged exploration through the Northwest wilds and beyond were already long past. Bonnie’s younger years, as she related, were not without their considerable montane accomplishments. Her travels through the thick of enveloping forests and thin of rarified alpine air changed her, shaped her as they have done to so many of us. Bonnie continued to draw from these early experiences for the remainder of her recently completed life – the great majority of which was devoted to a hyper-charged conservation ethic and corresponding, relentless activism on behalf of our public forests...