What's At Stake If NASA's Earth Science Work Is Ended?
Last week a senior advisor to President-elect Trump said funding for NASA Earth sciences work should be cut dramatically, or just ended. For perspective on what that would mean, Amy Martin talked to Steve Running, the chairman of the Earth Science Subcommittee for NASA’s Advisory Council.
Montana Public Radio 11/29/16
Crow Immersion Camp Hopes To Revive A Threatened Native American Language
Many Native American languages have only a few speakers left. But there's been a push to help keep the Crow language alive.
NPR, Weekend Edition Sunday 7/31/16
Fight Brewing Over Proposed Transfer Of National Bison Range
After more than 100 years of federal control, the lands of the National Bison Range may be returned to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Last week, the tribes released draft legislation that would transfer authority over the range from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to the CSKT.
Montana Public Radio 6/13/16
Climate Activists Debate Tactics
The debate about whether or not humans are warming the planet is essentially over – ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that we are. But the debate over tactics, about how to reduce our carbon emissions, is just starting to heat up.
Inside Energy and Here & Now 4/29/16
Montana Governor Allows Wild Bison To Roam Outside Of Yellowstone
This is a crucial year for Yellowstone National Park's wild bison. The governor of Montana has granted the animals more room to roam outside the park. Some people are celebrating the chance to live alongside them, but many ranchers are worried the bison will hurt their livelihood.
NPR, All Things Considered 2/4/16
A Royal Mess For Public Land Payments
This is a story about accounting.
But wait. This is a story about accounting for your money.
Inside Energy 12/31/15
New EPA Rules Motivate Montana To Look Beyond Coal
Colstrip, Montana is true to its name — it exists because of coal.
NPR, All Things Considered 9/10/15