Martha Williams is the director of the United State Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency responsible for implementing the Endangered

Survey of Colorado River Basin irrigators reveals challenges, pathways for agricultural water conservation  An in-depth survey of more than 1,000 farmers

By Ellen Waterston A conversation with Jaide Downs, co-owner and operator of fields station in Fields, Oregon. Fields Station is a

Using game cameras to understand wildlife movement for conflict reduction  Game cameras can help keep a pulse on wildlife populations and

As large carnivores expand their presence on the Western landscape, livestock producers are worrying more about the safety of their

By Ellen Waterston A Conversation with Becky Hatfield Hyde & Taylor Hyde, owners of Hatfield Hyde Land Trust, Brothers, Oregon When it

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In this bonus episode, we're sharing the beginning of a series from our friends at The Modern West, hosted by

A new breed of water speculator is remaking the American West, and some really cool projects funded by LOR Foundation's

Legislation would create new USDA Voluntary Groundwater Conservation Easement Program Today, U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and Martin