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For steelhead, dirty water might be better than clean By Amanda Peacher Published in High Country News, June 27, 2011 The West Fork Little Bear Creek in northern Idaho winds through sloping hills and Palouse Prairie farmland on its way to the Potlatch River. The cool, shaded stream seems like typical steelhead habitat. But justContinue reading “Featured Story”
A Nez Perce elder spreads love for lamprey Published in High Country News, February 7, 2011 Elmer Crow waits patiently while a crowd of fifth-graders settles on the lawn outside the Morrison Knudson Nature Center in Boise, Idaho. One by one, the students stop squirming as they realize that the Nez Perce elder is watchingContinue reading “Featured story”
Foraging for fungi Mushroom hunters and the science behind a bumper crop published in High Country News, January 2011 Foraging for fungi from Amanda Peacher.