Category Archives: Guest Column

Patagonia just made history. Now it should do even more.

Print this articleIf Patagonia really wants to advocate for the environment, the brand should back candidates who will vote for a Green New Deal Recently, Patagonia announced its support for two Democratic candidates running for Senate seats in November — Jon Tester … Continue reading

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Rumors of the death of expertise

Print this articleBy Sally Planalp and George Cheney There’s a lot of talk these days in our country about the “death of expertise,” a phrase that has caught on, as well as being the title of a popular book by … Continue reading

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Trump throws sportsmen under the bus

Print this articleBy David Lien During President Trump’s first year in office he promised to be a conservation president along the lines of America’s greatest hunter-conservationist, Theodore Roosevelt. Instead he — along with his Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke — threw … Continue reading

Published in Guest Column, January 2018

Climate change: Eight reasons for hope

Print this articleBy Susan Atkinson If you are looking for reasons to be depressed about our warming planet, there is no shortage of concerns. We are inundated with new findings on a daily basis about the breaking of yet another … Continue reading

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Why archaeology matters

Print this articleBy Leslie Sesler Dexter Gill believes that ARPA, the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, should be revisited (Four Corners Free Press, January 2017). That may be a good idea. But first, a little history and background seems to be … Continue reading

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