Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Shoot to Thrill: Photographing the Masai Mara

Shoot to Thrill: Photographing the Masai Mara

What happens when you turn a trigger-happy photographer loose in Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve? Call the outcome a slideshow or call it a video; most of all, call it spectacular.
by × November 12, 2012 × 3 comments

Oceans

Safeguarding the Sanctuaries: A Conversation with Jason Patlis

Safeguarding the Sanctuaries: A Conversation with Jason Patlis

Marine sanctuaries: like national parks, but wetter. Sage talks to the guy who's keeping them safe.
by × November 9, 2012 × 0 comments

Ecosystems

Rewriting a River: In Fits and Starts, the Elwha Returns to Life

Rewriting a River: In Fits and Starts, the Elwha Returns to Life

The Elwha Dam removal is the largest dam deconstruction project in American history. But the real story only begins when the concrete comes down.
by × November 1, 2012 × 4 comments

At Yale, Conservation, Ecosystems

Wild Things, They Make His Heart Sing

Wild Things, They Make His Heart Sing

Jamie Williams, president of the Wilderness Society, talks to Sage about preserving large landscapes, working with stakeholders, and staying persistent in the face of conservation challenges.
by × October 8, 2012 × 1 comment

Conservation, Human Landscape, Out West

Presence in Absence: The Lengths We Go to Leave No Trace

Presence in Absence: The Lengths We Go to Leave No Trace

While restoring an old ranch site in Idaho's Selway-Bitteroot to wild land, forester Shane Hetzler ponders what we are talking about when we are talking about wilderness.
by × October 2, 2012 × 0 comments

Ecosystems, Fisheries, Human Landscape, Oceans

Scratch the Salmon, I’ll Have the Sea Robin

Scratch the Salmon, I’ll Have the Sea Robin

When will consumers figure out that locally-caught fluke and porgies are tastier than farmed and imported fish species?
by × August 17, 2012 × 0 comments