George Wuerthner

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

The Forest Service Has Failed to Protect Wilderness

Why “Periodic Devastation” May be Necessary for the Health of Forest Ecosystems

Shrinking Wilderness in the Gallatin Range

Of Fire and Fish

The Upper Green River Should be a National Park, Not a Feedlot

Missouri River Breaks: How BLM Neglect Threatens a Wild and Scenic River and National Monument

Wilderness and Cows

Fire Scar Historical Reconstructions: Accurate or Flawed?

Forest Restoration or Forest Degradation?

The Problem With Chainsaw Medicine: the Forest Service’s Move to Cut Oregon’s Big Trees

The BLM’s License to Destroy Sagebrush Ecosystems

Greatest Good is to Preserve Forest Carbon

Saving the Lionhead Wilderness

Massive Logging Putsch Planned for Wyoming’s Medicine Bow Forest

Bozeman Watershed Project Spills Bad Blood

Chainsaw Medicine on the Ochoco

Landscape Amnesia and the Deschutes River

Are “Temporary Roads” Ecologically Invisible?

The Problem With Conservation Easements

Depleted Forests

Politics and Corruption at Grand Canyon

How Fuel Breaks Fuel Fires

Save the Great Burn Wilderness

Cheatgrass, Wildfire and Livestock Grazing

Industrial Forestry Threatens to Blitz the Lolo

Water is a Privilege Not a Right: Bleeding the Deschutes River

Wilderness Preservation is Our Best Protection Against Wildfires

Whatever Happened to the Greater Yellowstone Coalition?

Trojan Horse Timber Sales on the Bitterroot

‘Extremists,’ Not Collaborators, Have Kept Wilderness Whole

The Problem With Wilderness Collaboration

The War on Wolves is Part of the Culture War

Preserve the Sacred Lands of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Giving Cover to the Abuses of Big Ag

Mills Are Being Closed by National Economic Trends, Not Environmental Regulations

Wilderness for Ranchers: the Bad Owyhee Wilderness Bill

The Rocky Mountain Restorative Initiative is a Trojan Horse for More Logging

Saving the Wild Gallatins

Goat Grazing is No Solution to Wildfires

Bison Slaughter in Yellowstone…Again

A Collective Ignorance of Ecosystems

Remove the Cows Not the Conifers

Fire and Logging Myths

Logging Wild and Scenic River Corridors in the Name of Reducing Wildfires is a Really Bad Idea

Salvage Logging as Timber Industry Welfare

Gold Standard for the Gallatins

Montana’s Wilderness Deficit

Juniper Removal is a Red Herring

What the New Yorker Got Wrong About Forests and Wildfires

How Agriculture and Ranching Subvert the Re-Wilding of America