Last week, the Trump administration halted a three-decade push to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades. But advocates say there's still hope.
Marcus Henderson’s edible act of resistance began with a single basil sprout. Now he wants to feed a revolution and redefine public space.
How technology in a remote area of the Oregon-Washington border helped stop a brutal spate of coldblooded animal killing.
Seattle's 'Ramps to Nowhere,' built 50 years ago to feed an imagined expressway, are finally coming down.
The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
For ‘Lightning’ Bill Austin, life in a Methow Valley lookout tower isn’t too different from life under social distancing.
With stay-at-home orders pausing fieldwork, scientists worry about Washington's threatened species.
Inslee’s order makes exceptions for outdoor activities. But packed trails and at-risk rural communities suggest hikers should stay close to home.
When the community of Newcastle protected a critical salmon watershed, they didn't know state regulations would undermine them decades later.
Across the border in British Columbia's Skagit River headwaters, a proposed open-pit mine has drawn protests from Native tribes, environmentalists and politicians.
The federal government helped make the islands a national monument. But locals worry a Trump-era focus on making public lands productive could be their undoing.
Fishers are on their way to recovery in Washington, completing a critical conservation milestone 12 years in the making.
From neglected gargoyles to noise assaults perpetrated by the Navy, this year has been a doozy.
For Indigenous scientist Jessica Hernandez, the first step to reimagining Seattle's landscape was lifting up the voices of its urban Natives.
The private bid includes plans for 175 units of affordable housing on the site, $78.2 million for housing investment and $5 million to deal with homelessness.
In a reversal that likely transfers authority to EPA headquarters, southwest Alaska's Pebble Mine gets closer to being built despite concerns for the bay's productive fisheries.