The Plains to Peak Bulletin provides a greater glimpse into the Rockies Project research experience and shares future developments of the Project. The Bulletin covers our ongoing commitment to the American West, our undergraduate student research, and our outreach initiatives aimed at encouraging critical discussion of natural resource and environmental issues.
Spring 2017 Plains to Peak Bulletin
The most recent edition of the Plains to Peak Bulletin covers one Student Fellow's investigation into salmon recovery under the Endangered Species Act and another Fellow's analyses of dam construction and removal across the West. The bulletin also features an aerial photo-essay of the National Park Service's Centennial Year and a reflection from a Rockies Project alumna on the newly designated Bears Ears National Monument.
Fall 2016 Plains to Peak Bulletin
The most recent edition of the Plains to Peak Bulletin covers State of the Rockies' comparative approach to studying river governance in the West and an update on the 2016 State of the Rockies Report. The bulletin also highlights student research from summer 2016, including sections on deferred water justice for tribes in the West, and the connection between climate change and a diminishing snowpack in the Rockies and the Pacific Northwest.
Spring 2016 Plains to Peak Bulletin
Covering student research, and the interdisciplinary nature of the Rockies Project, including a photo essay from a trip across the Southwest with the group EcoFlight.
Fall 2015 Plains to Peak Bulletin
Covering summer 2015 field research trip, student research focus and a letter from the Director.