Hal Herring
Hal Herring is a contributing editor at Field and Stream, and has covered environment, wildlife, and public lands’ issues since 1998. He has written for a range of publications, including The Atlantic, The Economist, Creative Nonfiction and Orion. A lifelong outdoorsman, mountaineer, hunter and fisherman, he lives with his family in Augusta, Montana.

The changing face of woods work

We were somewhere in Benewah County, Idaho, on a resplendent late April afternoon in 1993. I had planted the last of my trees for the day, shouldered my hoedad and was walking down a skid trail, eyes on the fertile valleys spread out below us, the coil of blue silver river, the great yawn of gentle… » Read More

Media Partner
This Story’s Impact
  • More Than 500,000 Monthly Readers
    High Country News