The Hidden Battle Threatening the Future of America's Wild Places
State and federal agencies are warring over who has control of wildlife on public lands, while landscapes get trampled and invasive species obliterate endangered ones.
Adam Federman is a reporting fellow with Type Investigations. His writing has appeared in The Nation, the Guardian, Slate, the Washington Post, Columbia Journalism Review, Gastronomica, Adirondack Life, and other publications. His biography of British food writer Patience Gray, Fasting and Feasting, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and a New York Times notable book of 2017.