Silverspot butterflies were extinct on Saddle Mountain. Now they're back, but will they thrive?
The U.S. Forest Service and others have been saying for decades that we need to allow more wildfire on the landscape. But so far, we haven't practiced what we preach.
local | Health | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | Science
Researchers in Washington are studying a fish that nests under rocks and sings at night to attract its mates. They say the ears of these singing fish could teach us how to improve our own hearing.
Science | Agriculture | NW Life | local | Flora and Fauna | Environment | Animals
Walla Walla Valley farmers have cultivated some 18 million Northwest native pollinators called alkali bees to help their alfalfa grow. It's one of the most unusual partnerships in agriculture.