PAGE 2: TAKE IT OR
LEAVE IT: Editorial by Jim Stiles
PAGE 4: MOAB IN A NUTSHELL by Jim Stiles
The Election: does it matter anymore? Candidates...Say SOMETHING! The Mill Creek Parkway...Open it up! And a lack of charity at a charitable event or Bad blood along the Colorado River.
PAGE 6: GUEST ESSAY: "Coming in to Set it Down" By Matthew Gross & a NEW COMIC STRIP: "New West Blues."
PAGE 9: NUTSHELL: THE PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE
Visualize THIS--Moab's next tram...Pony...er..DOG OF THE MONTH...And a correction...That's ZAXXR, not Zarrx.
PAGE 10: THE CANYON COUNTRY WATCHDOG
McHarg & Thomas: SUWA protests EIS of GSENM. Huh? CONOCO: The 'Thing' that won't leave.
PAGE 12: KENT FROST: Celebrating the Freedom of the Canyonlands By Barry Scholl
PAGE 14: STREAMOFCONSCIOUSNESS By Anne Wilson
One World to Another or "The Asmats are Coming!"
PAGE 18: THE RISE & FALL OF THE 'LAKE' POWELL MUDFLAT By Bill Wolverton
If you think Lake Foul is buried forever in a sea of silt, think again...Wolverton's photos are compelling
PAGE 20: WOLVERTON'S PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION:
Spanning almost two decades, the evidence is clear: Glen Canyon CAN recover, and faster than anyone dreamed.
PAGE 22: WHEN RIVERS SING By Katie Lee
The Queen of the Colorado shows us how to learn the rhythms of the river.
PAGE 24: AROUND THE BEND AGAIN By Ken Sleight
Seldom Seen remembers Escalante before the reservoir.
PAGE 26: PASS THE SALTON PEPPER PLEASE By David Brower
The Great Environmental activist explains the "link" between the increasingly polluted Salton Sea and efforts to restore Glen Canyon.
PAGE 28: FROM FLAGSTAFF TO MALLSTAFF By Mary Sojurner
From 'positively pastoral' to Wal-Marts & Slash-and-burn condos...Flag has changed.
PAGE 32: WHAT PRICE GREEN? By Alexandra L. Woodruff
Utah's gold courses consume billions of gallons of water and could spell 'bogie' for the birdies.
PAGE 38: FEEDBACK...THE READERS RESPOND
Good News from Bluff...In Defense of 'Fun Pigs' & criticism for Owen...More complaints about Moab City...And your name is Mudd, not mud.