Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
Taking Climate-Friendly Farming To Scale
John J. Berger
John J. Berger is an energy and environmental policy specialis...
On millions of acres of grazed American range land, if you plunge a shovel into the ground, you’re likely to find light-colored
A Beloved Icon Lost to Fire - The Point Reyes "Shipwreck" Destroyed
Photographer and Filmmaker
The Best California Weekend Road Trips
There is something really harsh about the beginning of a new year. We all need something to look forward to. Are you ready to get out of town? While you may not be able to take time off from work, there's always the weekend. Hop in the car, put on your favorite music playlist and drive.
8 Amazing Hidden Travel Gems in California
The flight-prediction app that helps travelers make better dec...
The next time you're rolling down the West Coast and feeling car-bound jitters, take a breather and discover some of California's top hidden travel gems as picked by us here at Hopper.
Federal Judge Rules Against California Company In Landmark Case
He Flew Away
Author, 'Game Changer: Animal Rights and the Fate of Africa's ...
Rich Stallcup, one of the great ornithologists of his generation, died in December from leukemia at the age of 67. He had a certain aversion for publicity, and his life somehow mimicked the existence of the birds he so loved: intensely pursued, with a graceful passing.
A Deal Is a Deal
Managing Director of Public Policy and Global Climate for The ...
This tale might appear to be a poster story for economy versus environment and business versus bureaucrats. Why terminate a permit for a business that generated jobs -- and food?
Should We Build A Hotel Here?
Director of Renewable Energy Development, Rocky Mountain Farme...
Last week, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar found an intelligent solution to a controversial debate in northern California by balancing conservation with preservation of the local ranching heritage.
WATCH: The Lonely Beauty Of Point Reyes
Point Reyes National Seashore is remarkably diverse, both in animal life and habitat.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
PHOTOS: Hidden Camera Reveals Marin's Most Exotic Animals
Biking the Bay: Lucas Valley to Tomales Bay Oyster Co.
Health & Wellness Enthusiast
Have some friends that don't like to bike? That's great news for you! If they have a car, utilize their biking ineptitude to your advantage. Have them pack a cooler of beer and a bike rack and meet you just north of Point Reyes at Tomales Bay Oyster Co.
Shifting Our Notions of Nature: Musings on Natural and Manmade Disasters
Unfinished Business in Our National Parks
President of The Trust for Public Land
"America's best idea" still isn't complete. If we don't grow the system, we risk loving to death the parks that we have.
Culture & Arts
TV & Film
Style & Beauty
Food & Drink
Home & Living
Impact: Project Zero
Impact: This New World
Listen to America
FROM OUR PARTNERS
Sleep & Wellness
What's Working: Purpose + Profit
The Power of Humanity
Difference Maker 100
Expert analysis and commentary to make sense of today's biggest stories.
Sign up here to have the best stories delivered straight to your inbox.
First-person essays, features, interviews and Q&As about life today.
Get breaking news alerts
Download our app
Go to mobile site