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Mar 2 2018 | Center News
At a meeting on Feb. 7, Secretary George Shultz encouraged students in energy and the environment to pursue public service careers beyond Stanford.
Feb 19 2018 | Center News
Stanford faculty members Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy recently discussed the upcoming PBS documentary “American Creed” with members of the campus community
Energy companies speculate on a geothermal future for the American West; scientists map the Coast Redwood’s genome for conservation clues; lettuce emerges as an unlikely hero; and other highlights of environmental news from around the West this week.
Private landowners block access to public lands as class divide grows in the American West; salmon conservationists spar with wineries over the fate of a California river; technologists join forces with conservationists to protect Utah public lands, and other highlights of environmental news from around the West this week.
Jan 29 2018 | ... & the West Blog
The power gained by harnessing the Columbia River paved the way for industrial development and widespread farmland irrigation. But what if, instead of public utilities, that power had been sold by private firms seeking profits?
Yellowstone bison escape their containment pens in an apparent criminal act; uranium miners target reduced Bears Ears Monument for industry resurgence; scientists link rodenticide used on California marijuana farms to the deaths of an endangered owl species, and other highlights of environmental news from around the West this week.
Jan 22 2018 | ... & the West Blog
The plans were intended to manage resource conflicts on public lands that border national parks and monuments, contain popular hunting and fishing grounds, or shelter cultural artifacts. The Trump administration has moved quickly to set the program aside.

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Jan 15 2019 | ... & the West Blog
Unsold beans pile up in the Northwest; Spokane grapples with a toxic legacy; native treaties clash with Wyoming hunting laws; Phoenix plans for more heat; and kids serve on snowflake watch – some of this week’s notable environmental stories.
Jan 10 2019 | Stanford Daily | Topics of the West
“Domestic rural communities are therefore underrepresented at Stanford by a factor of four. And we know that about five percent of Stanford’s undergraduate alumni live in domestic rural places,” writes Thomas Schnaubelt of the Haas Center for Public Service.
Dec 27 2018 | Center News
Together with Stanford Athletics and the West family, we are pleased to announce the successful creation of an endowed memorial fund to permanently commemorate Heather West’s love of the American West.