George Wuerthner

George Wuerthner has published 36 books including Wildfire: A Century of Failed Forest Policy

Mosquitoes and Wildfires: How To Live With Both

Yellowstone at 150

Putting Cows First in the Gravelly Range

A Chance to Stop the Ambler Road in Alaska’s Brooks Range

Drought and Wildfires

“Conservation” Groups Cheer Recreation Over Wilderness Protection

Follow the Money: Tracking Environmental Abuse

Biocrusts: the Key to Ecosystem Health

A Big Disappointment on the Custer-Gallatin

The Flawed Economics of Public Lands Grazing: the Case of Monroe Mountain

Logging Won’t Do Much to Reduce Large Wildfires

How Logging Contributes to Climate Change

The Damage Done to Canyon of the Ancients National Monument by Livestock Grazing

Fire Suppression Myths

Environmentalists Sue to Stop Livestock Grazing Plan for Point Reyes National Seashore

Of Wolves, Chronic Wasting Disease and COVID

Paradise Lost in Greater Yellowstone?

Start Treating Yellowstone Bison the Way They Deserve

Another Yellowstone Bison Slaughter

The 99-Year-Old Grandmother Effect: How to View Fuel Reductions on the Bootleg Fire

Navajo Endorse Utah’s Red Rock Wilderness

Problems With Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act

Oregon’s Senator Merkley Buys Into the Myths About Forest “Thinning”

The Real Cost of a Hamburger

Audubon Society Promotes Livestock Industry Propaganda

Why Prescribed Burning May Not Prevent Large Wildfires

Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Promotes Subsidized Logging

Rancher Vandalism on the Dixie National Forest

Cows on the Run: Debunking Myths About Livestock Grazing and Carbon Storage

The Dixie and Bootleg Fires: Examples of Failed Forest Policy

The Industrial Forestry Paradigm is a Threat to the Forests of the Northern Rockies

Lies the Timber Industry Tells

Why Prescribed Burning is Seldom Effective in Reducing Climate-Driven Forest Fires

Point Reyes National Seashore Capitulates to Ranchers

The Plot to Destroy Sagebrush on the Bighorn

Inside a Timber Sale Scam

The Battle to Protect State-Owned Lands

Good Fire / Bad Fire: a False Paradigm

Selling Out Wildlife During a Drought

The Need for Wild Bison Restoration

Breach of Faith on the Bridger-Teton: Forest Service Expands Grazing on Abandoned Allotments in the Upper Green River

Thinning Nuance

Livestock Abuse of the Sonoran National Monument

Thinning or Clearcut?

What Role Did Native Americans and Horses Play in the Decline of Bison?

What is Forest Health?

What Jeff Merkley Gets Wrong About Forests and Fire

Logging is Not the Cure: More Misguided Wildfire Legislation in Congress

Nuance in Wildfire Policy is Badly Needed

California’s Misguided Wildfire Budget