The Center’s popular Atlas of the New West helps readers make sense of the social, economic, and political changes transforming the West as it gallops ahead into the twenty-first century. Forty-six full-color maps offer a portrait of the region’s cosmopolitan cities, nuclear waste sites, gold-medal trout streams, espresso bars, working ranches, and more. Illustrations and informative sidebars show old West battles taking new forms – Who owns what land? Who controls what water rights? And how much development is too much?
Copies of the Atlas of the New West are available at local bookstores and from online booksellers.