Reimagining the Alleghenies through art, Daily American, Dave Hurst, project feature, August 2019
NMWA brings in new art thanks to Blacktail Gala, Buckrail News, project feature, February 2019
“Call of the Wild” Brings Together Art, Animals, & Advocacy, Flagstaff-Sedona Dog Magazine, Amber Polo, project feature, pp. 6, December 2018
ArtPrize 10 finalist features Grand Rapids Owls, WOOD TV8, artist interview, Brian Sterling, October 2018
Animal Land sheds light on wildlife at ArtPrize, 13 On Your Side, project feature, Nicholaus Lafave, September 2018
Arts & Culture: Conservation of Southwestern Wildlife, Expedition Art, exhibition review, Kacey Barton, March 2018
Exhibit by local artists encourages others to help heal the world through art, Arizona PBS, exhibition feature, Arizona Horizon, January 2018
Art Teaches Us About Tikkun Olam, Arizona Jewish Life, published installation, Laura Cafiso,  December 2017
The Border is a Beautiful Place, The Progressive Magazine, published installation, Mrill Ingram, December 2017
The Wall: Endangered species, and the wall that could silence them, USA Today / Arizona Republic, published installation, Brandon Loomis, September 2017
Lauren Strohacker Shifts Focus to a Near-Extinct Borderlands Jaguar, Phoenix New Times, artist feature, Lynn Trimble, September 2017
'Un-Fragmenting' the Border, Sierra Vista Herald, artist feature, Lauren Renteria, July 2017
Borderlands: A Border Fence Blurred Through Art, New York Times, published installation, Erica Bernstein and Fernanda Santos, July 2017
Up Against the Wall, Monterey County Weekly, published installation (cover), Kiah Collier, Neena Satja, May 2017
Good Grief: Style and story in the age of extinction, LENS Magazine, published installation, Lydia Millet, October 2016
Thinking about Civilization and its Creaturely Discontents, The Arts Beacon, artist feature, Grant Vetter, July 2016
'Animal Land' Art Project Puts Vanishing Native Species in Perspective, Los Angeles Times, artist feature, Liesl Bradner, January 2016
Engaging with the Land, 15 Bytes, artist interview, Hikmet Sydney Low, July 2015
Art Talk: Lauren Strohacker, The Arts Beacon, artist interview with Nic Wiesinger, May 2015
Lauren Strohacker: Anthropocene wildlife, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., artist feature an interview with Julia Buntaine, Cynthia Pannucci, March 2015
Arizona Commission on the Arts Grants Fund 14 Innovative Projects, Jackalope Ranch: The Phoenix New Times Culture Blog, artist feature, January 2015
NO(w)HERE by Lauren Strohacker, Superstition Review Issue 14, Online Literary Magazine at Arizona State University, Artist Feature, December 2014
Wolf Warriors: The National Wolfwatcher Coalition Anthology, artist feature, Thurston Howl Publication, 2014
"Chaos Theory" Has Gone From Funky to Formulaic, Jackalope Ranch: The Phoenix New Times Culture Blog, exhibition review, Lynn Trimble, October 2014
Time for Chaos Theory 15, Arizona Foothills Magazine, exhibition review, Nicole Royse, October 2014
Exploring Our Town: Cultural Connections, National Endowment for the Arts online resource for creative placemaking, published installation, September 2014
Can Art Schools Save the Planet?, Sierra Magazine, published installation, Amy Westervelt, September 2014
Temporary Public Art Installations to Animate Vacant Spaces: Phoenix, AZ,  LISC Institute for Comprehensive Community Development, published installation, National Endowment for the Arts, July 2014
100 Phoenix Creatives: Lauren Strohacker, Jackalope Ranch: The Phoenix New Times Culture Blog, artist feature and interview, Becky Bartkowski, June 2014
"Animal Land"- Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars, Blue House Coffee Blog, artist feature and interview Sam Beger, May 2014
IN FLUX Project: Pop-Up Art (R)Evolution, Java Magazine, published installation, Jenna Duncan, July/August 2013    
Lauren Strohacker's "Encounter" Places Sculptures of Deer Downtown, Phoenix Taco Blog, artist feature,  April 2013
Lauren Strohacker, Phoenix Magazine, artist feature and interview, Dolores Tropiano, April 2013
Keep an eye out for 50 wolves lurking around town today, Arizona Daily Star, artist interview, Tony Davis, September 2011