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Carl Segerstrom
Reporting for from Spokane, WA. People, places, screes and trees. Email: carls@hcn.org
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Elizabeth Shogren Sep 18
When pays to replace all the bridges, culverts and homes washed out by , will the agency repeat it's past failures and ignore the increased threats that climate change brings?
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 18
Forget /, forget / THIS is the crossover event of the millennium! /
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Emily Guerin Sep 17
Literally, you will learn more at this internship than going to J-school. And they pay you. And you get to live on the ah-mazing Western Slope of Colorado. Apply! Apply! APPLY!!!
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Leah Sottile Sep 14
Tay is one hell of a journalist, and she's brave to take on the stories she does.
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Cally Carswell Sep 13
The West has its own, ongoing Pizzagate. Had the pleasure of editing Tay Wiles' gritty reporting on this one.
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Paige Blank Sep 13
.'s recent appointment tells us a lot about the political landscape in Arizona — and the state's urgent need to secure its water. Me for :
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High Country News Sep 12
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High Country News Sep 12
As the West burns, the community of Dufur, Oregon, bands together to douse the flames.
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Paige Blank Sep 12
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 12
"After a couple days at Camp Pulaski, it started to seem as if its denizens were living in a dark version of the smartphone game Pokémon Go, in which fictional creatures populate the physical landscape players move through."
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 12
is close to expiration. Proponents argue it could buy hunters and outdoor rec enthusiasts access to 9.5+ million acres of without established access. But opponents are wary of the feds owning more land.
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 11
Replying to @itsmikebivins
Around the time the big one hits the PNW..
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Aaron Mesh Sep 11
Stop what you're doing and read this. I count myself a lucky man to be able to help Nigel produce this deep dive, which really gets to the heart of what we do and why our storytelling has such profound impact. It's a human story. Which we told.
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 11
The way local newspapers are shuttering pretty soon you're going to need a medium to get any local print media. RIP
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 10
“Outdoor industries are often touted as solutions to more extractive types of industry,” Egnew says. “I think that’s probably true. But without knowing the impact of the outdoor industry ecologically, we can’t really compare them.” by
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Climate Desk Sep 6
As the West burns, a town fields its own amateur firefighters via
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Aaron Mesh Sep 6
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 5
In a line of trucks with hazards flashing, Dufur locals drive at active fires with one person driving and another spraying water on the creeping flames. Checkout my story about the lengths they go to and the price they've paid protecting their homes.
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High Country News Sep 5
Like the classic song this community can’t abide standing outside the fire.
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Carl Segerstrom Sep 5
In a line of trucks with hazards flashing, Dufur locals drive at active fires with one person driving and another spraying water on the creeping flames. Checkout my story about the lengths they go to and the price they've paid protecting their homes.
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