By AnnMarie Backstrom (College of Saint Benedict)
Annie Johnson by Río Tranquillo. Photo by AnnMarie Backstrom.
On January 28th, Team Aguila left our base camp in Cochrane
Photo credit: Will Tyson Using social-ecological systems theory to evaluate large-scale comanagement efforts: a case study of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region Ecology and Society 22(1):5. New journal article by William Tyson, Round River staff member and alumnus ABSTRACT Comanagement efforts are increasingly tasked with overseeing natural resource governance at a large scale. I examine comanagement of subsistence…Details
The president did the right thing: Bears Ears National Monument By Stephen Trimble, December 28, 2016, LA Times Op-Ed President Obama deserves our gratitude for designating the rich natural and cultural treasure of the Bears Ears region in southeastern Utah as a national monument. He had to think big. In granting 1.35 million acres of federal land…Details
Obama declares Bears Ears National Monument in southern Utah By BRIAN MAFFLY AND THOMAS BURR. The Salt Lake Tribune, December 28, 2016 President Barack Obama on Wednesday protected a sprawling landscape in southeastern Utah that many had either hoped or dreaded would join the outgoing president’s long list of national monuments. The 1.35 million acres of…Details