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Grizzly bear carcass washed up on Whatcom County beach likely from...

By Ian Haupt Experts believe a dead grizzly bear that was found recently on a Cherry Point beach originated from Canada, but are still piecing...

County council approves $1.5 million for Stewart Mountain Community Forest

Whatcom County Council will contribute $1.5 million to purchasing 550 acres of forestland along the South Fork of the Nooksack River in what is...

Hiking in the Anthropocene

Tonasket to Snoqualmie Pass Story and photos by Kasey Bell After turning 59, I began thinking that I should celebrate turning 60 by spending 60 days...

Mountain Trivia: Round Five

By Jason D. Martin This article marks the fifth time that Mount Baker Experience has featured mountain trivia. I hear it all the time. When...

Chasing a Shadow: The Planned Revival of the North Cascades...

A look at the history of a long organized but victim to little progress conservation effort to repatriate grizzlies into Washington’s North Cascades By Nick...

Peace and its forms

San Juan National Historic Park offers endangered species, rare ecosystems and peace commemoration By Eric Lucas Imagine a park honoring peace. Not just peace — the absence...

A Watershed Approach

Stewart Mountain Community Forest initiative to boost Nooksack streamflow By Liza Kimberly On a hazy August day last summer, my field assistants and I meandered our...

Skagit Headwaters mining threat extinguished as B.C. government settle

Local tribes, businesses, conservation organizations and governments rejoice By Ian Haupt After a nearly three-year process, the B.C. government, Imperial Metals and the Skagit Environmental Endowment...

When mountains move, how can we stay safe?

Story by Liza Kimberly Snowflakes are flying, and snow enthusiasts are flocking to the hills. The season of snow sliding has arrived at Mt. Baker....

Skagit Headwaters

B.C. and Washington governments, tribes, businesses continue to oppose mining in headwaters of Skagit River Story by Ian Haupt Photos courtesy of the Wilderness Committee Those in...