George Wuerthner

George Wuerthner has published 36 books including Wildfire: A Century of Failed Forest Policy. He serves on the board of the Western Watersheds Project.

Bozeman Watershed Logging Project Based on Flawed Assumptions

Grazing and Climate Change: the Influence of Livestock on Soil Carbon Storage

Antidote For Rural Sprawl: Land Use Zoning

The 99-Year Old Grandmother Argument and the Bias of Forestry Advocates

How Domestic Sheep Threaten the West’s Wild Bighorns

California Coastal Commission (Finally) Bans ORVs

The Active Forest Management Scam

The Institutional Bias of Forestry School Research

Wilderness and Grazing: Time to Send the Cows Home

Fire Suppression Hyperbole

Logging the South Plateau: Another Forest Service Con Job

Degrading Forest Ecosystems in the Name of Collaboration

How the West Burns and Why Logging Only Makes It Worse

Putting Our Public Forests into Carbon Reserves

The Ambler Road Poses a Threat to Alaska’s Wildlands

Protect the Wildlands of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Deceptions for Logging the Ochoco National Forest

Scientists Critique the BLM’s Tri-State Fuel Breaks Proposal

The Mythology of Fire Suppression

Political Science and the Fate of the Wolverine

Does Cattle Grazing Prevent Large Blazes?

Grazing, Irrigation and Climate Change: the Uncertain Future of the Deschutes River

Massacre in Thunder Basin: Forest Service Seeks License to Kill Prairie Dogs

Forest Service Plans Massive 1.7 Million Acre Prescribed Burn in Greater Yellowstone

East Paradise Grazing Plan Seeks to Expand Livestock Production