Searching for Common Ground on Wilderness: A Conversation with Scott Groene and Mark Maryboy (1997)

"Wilderness is a peculiarly western institution. The existence of the wilderness system is an elemental statement by this region of how it differs from other parts of the country, and of the world. Rough and open country matters here. Further, wilderness has a historical dimension... a stark reminder of the joys and barriers of a … Continue reading Searching for Common Ground on Wilderness: A Conversation with Scott Groene and Mark Maryboy (1997)

Bluff’s First Straw Bale Home (1997)

Straw Bale, Bluff Style "In communities throughout the country, Indian families are pioneering energy conservation and using renewable sources for energy--sun in the clear-skied southwest and wind in the blustery north. For Native people who have seen the earth and their own communities suffer from the exploitation of fossil fuels, it is deeply satisfying to … Continue reading Bluff’s First Straw Bale Home (1997)