Whatcom County’s population will increase by nearly 99,000 people in the next 45 years. City planners and residents look how to accommodate extra people without the harmful effects of city sprawl.
As farmers in the Corn Belt adjust to rising temperatures, corn, the golden child of U.S. agriculture, is shifting production northward.
Hidden in the Hoh Rainforest is one square inch absent of human noise.
After a hiatus, Alcoa Intalco Works is smelting aluminum once again.
A bacterial infection plaguing elk in southwest Washington causes them to limp on bloody stubs.
A University of Washington soccer coach suspects turf made from recycled tires is causing cancer.
In 1979, a group of students started The Monthly Planet using scissors and tape. Since then, The Planet has grown into the environmental magazine it is today.
A plant’s DNA may be used to clock geological events in a new scientific field called geogenomics.
After the removal of two hydroelectric dams, the Elwha River is making its recovery.
Small apartments are causing a big stir among Capitol Hill residents.