George Wuerthner

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

The Forest Service Puts Ranchers Ahead of Grizzlies (and the Public Interest)

Trump’s Plan to Cut the Public Out of Public Lands Decisions

The BLM’s “Targeted Grazing” Ruse

The Problem With Fuel Breaks

Recreational Bulldozing

How Mountain Bikes Threaten Wilderness

The Highest Use of Public Forests: Carbon Storage

Lessons From Yellowstone

The Wilderness Compromisers

The Resilient Forests Act: a Trojan Horse to Accelerate Logging on Public Lands

Kick the Cows Out of Point Reyes National Seashore

Grazing the Spotted Dog Wildlife Area

BLM Grazing Decision Will Damage the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness

How to Stop Grazing on Public Lands: Buy Out the Permits

Keep Carbon in the Forests

Idaho’s Wolf Bounty: a Return to the Dark Ages of Wildlife Management

Why Oregon Needs More Wilderness

Paradise Lost: Reflections on the Camp Fire

Bleeding Trees for Forest Health?

Saving the Big Wild: Why Aren’t More Conservationists Supporting NREPA?

The Last Best Chance to Save the Last Best Place

Cowboy Welfare 

How the BLM Serves the West’s Welfare Ranchers

Smokescreen: Why Prescribed Burns Won’t Reduce Wildfires

Don’t Fence Me In

Forest Service Ignores Science to Justify Logging

Crooked River Water: Public Right vs. Private Profits

In Praise of Dead Trees

Big Timber’s Voodoo Science About Forest Fires

The Thrill Bike Threat to the Elkhorn Mountains

In the Name of “Saving” the Sage Grouse, the BLM Wants to Destroy Its Habitat

Lessons From the California Wildfires

Alternatives to Wilderness?

Saving the Buffalohorn/Porcupine: the Lamar Valley of the Gallatin Range

We Must Change Our Medieval Approach to Wildfires

Yellowstone and the Fate of the Grizzly

Climate, Not Fuels, Drives Forest Fires and Logging Only Makes It Worse

Coyote Killing is Counter Productive

The Threat to Montana’s Wilderness

Wildlife Services is Really a Wildlife Killing Machine

The House’s Version of the Farm Bill is Loaded With Anti-Environmental Provisions

We Can’t Log Our Way to Fewer Forest Fires

‘Active’ Management Wrong Answer Trying to Stop Big Wildfires

Why the Gallatin Range Deserves Protection

Let Forests Restore Themselves

The Awful Truth About the Hammonds

The Public Value of Forests as Carbon Reserves

How Fuel Breaks Actually Fuel Wildfires (and Spread Invasive Weeds)

Cheatgrass and the Bovine Curtain

Happy Talk About Weeds