For the people who live along Canada's Kluane Lake, it doesn't matter whether the Slims River was the first or the 10th or the 100th river to be stolen by climate change.
Delicate Arch is the most famous rock formation in Arches National Park—and, almost certainly, in the entire state of Utah.
One Yukon scientist is working on a homegrown solution to the heavy metals left behind by mining operations.
The best books about the Northern wilderness and our place in it.
Our columnist rides along on a halibut-tagging cruise in Alaska.
Resistance to a proposed oil tanker route off British Columbia’s lush northern coast is about more than NIMBYism.
The first in a new series of reported stories from Alaska and the three Canadian northern territories documenting how the region is responding as it increasingly becomes the focus of global debates over climate change, territorial claims, resource industries, and more.
As part of our week-long series on people who opt out of society, Eva Holland traces the American tradition of examining the outdoors with loving precision, from Henry David Thoreau to Annie Dillard.
As part of our week-long series on people who opt out of society, Eva Holland follows the evolution of “homesteading,” from historic government policy to part-time lifestyle of self-sufficiency.
As part of our week-long series on people who opt out of society, Eva Holland spoke with Emily Matchar about her new book on how women are reviving some of the traditional skills and crafts of their grandmothers.
As part of our week-long series on people who opt out of society, Eva Holland spoke with Tom Kizzia about his new book on the 17-person family that settled down in the ghost town of McCarthy, Alaska.