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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 - Also in this issue

Also in this issue
Ellen Morris Bishop

In Love with the Wild

On building a relationship with public lands based on reciprocity rather than dominion. Tell me more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - My People Were Here (Block)

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - My People Were Here (Block)
Ellen Heyn

My People Were Here

A Hopi man’s annual trek to Arizona’s largest cliff dwelling. Tell me more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Stephen Mather's Soapbox

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Stephen Mather's Soapbox
Amy S. Martin

Stephen Mather's Soapbox

Our national parks may seem permanent, but what we allow in and near them can change. Tell me more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Notes from the Field (block)

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Notes from the Field (block)
Tony Skrelunas

Notes from the Field

Escalade escalates again, White Mesa Mill lawsuit moves ahead, tribes gather around dance, and more news from the front lines of conservation across the Colorado Plateau. Tell me more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Grand Canyon Bobcats (Block)

Grand Canyon Bobcats with Johanna Dushlek

A volunteer from New York gets to know the Grand Canyon's flora and fauna from 2,447 miles away. Tell me more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2016 - Public Lands Lovefest

Public Lands Lovefest

We asked what public lands mean to you. Here's what you said ›

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