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Advocate Fall/Winter 2017 - Features

Fall/Winter 2017 FEATURES
Blisters, balloons, and an 800-mile trek through the wild heart of the Grand Canyon. 
 
The proposed tramway resort promises big returns, but at what price? BY SARANA RIGGS
 
A uranium mine, a sacred mountain, and a tribe’s struggle to protect its drinking water. BY ELLEN HEYN
 
Breathing life into vendor booths on the east rim of the Grand Canyon. BY EMILY THOMPSON
 
 

Advocate Spring/Summer 2017 - Features

Spring/Summer 2017 FEATURES
With bills in Congress to gut the Antiquities Act, protecting it will take all of us. BY RAÚL GRIJALVA
 
The beauty of the Bears Ears National Monument proclamation. BY TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS
 
Utah “land grabbers” misread history, as well as the dictionary. BY JOHN LESHY
 
The Colorado Plateau’s national monuments are full of surprises. BY HILLARY HOFFMANN
 
 

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Features

Fall/Winter 2016 FEATURES
Testament to a great conservation law and the resilience of Indian tribes. BY CHARLES WILKINSON
 
How “Keep it in the Ground” is shaping the environmental movement. BY KATE SAVAGE
 
Balancing the art and economics of America's public lands. BY FELICITY BARRINGER
 
Why the federal lands takeover movement can’t be ignored. BY ETHAN AUMACK
 
 

Advocate Spring/Summer 2016 - Features

Spring/Summer 2016 FEATURES
Harnessing the power of fire to help our forests transition into a brave new world. BY ETHAN AUMACK
 
A 1,000-mile walk gives a former U.S. senator a new appreciation for the West’s most precious resource. BY MARK UDALL
 
The West’s water deficit and what to do about it. BY ROBERT GLENNON
 
Global warming is making fur hats passé, but beavers themselves are making a comeback. BY ELLEN HEYN

Advocate Fall/Winter 2015 - Features

Fall/Winter 2015 Features
In southeastern Utah, the first ever tribally-led push for a national monument steams ahead. BY ALASTAIR LEE BITSÓÍ
 
Would draining Lake Powell alleviate the West’s water woes? BY DR. RICHARD INGEBRETSEN
 
How a journalist’s love affair with redrock put her on a mission to protect it. BY PAM HAIT
 
Empowering local communities to protect their own backyards. BY KYRA BUSCH WITH GRAZIA BORRINI-FEYERABEND AND TONY SKRELUNAS
 

Advocate Spring 2015 - Features

Spring/Summer 2015 Features
In a West transformed by climate change, there will be boomers, busters, and stickers. Which are you? BY WILLIAM DEBUYS
 
What happens at the Grand Canyon—good or bad—will reverberate throughout the rest of the nation's parks. BY KEVIN FEDARKO
 
What a law professor's road trip with her 13-year-old daughter reveals about the next generation of conservationists. BY SARAH KRAKOFF
 
Indigenous communities and climate change. BY REBECCA TSOSIE

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