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Open Letter to Trail Runners

I love it when outdoorists speak up and say out loud what we’re all thinking but reluctant to admit.

Read: Tales From The Trails

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My A-Z of the Patch – part 1

What better place to look for joy in the outdoors than your own patch?

Read: My A-Z of the Patch – part 1

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Ringing in 2020: The capacity to care

Can the outdoors provide the hope and courage we will need to save it?

Read: The Mono-logue » Blog Archive » Ringing in 2020: The capacity to care

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Birding with Technology in the Year 2025: Our Predictions

Does the future of birding depend on shared data, from human and other birders?

Read: Birding with Technology in the Year 2025: Our Predictions | All About Birds All About Birds

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Underground Legend Finishes Hiking’s Triple Crown—For His Fourth Time

If we all lived like Bill “One Gallon” Nedderman, we’d all be rich, at least in outdoor experience. How does he do it?

Read: Underground Legend Finishes Hiking’s Triple Crown—For His Fourth Time | Adventure Journal

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4 U.S. Environmental Laws That Athletes Should Know And Fight For

How porta-potties embody the tragedy of the commons, and other insightful appreciations of hard-won legislative victories.

Read: 4 U.S. Environmental Laws That Athletes Should Know And Fight For | Trail Runner Magazine

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I used to raise cattle for slaughter. Now I refuse to eat meat.

A rancher-turned-outdoorism upends her diet and value system.

Read: I used to raise cattle for slaughter. Now I refuse to eat meat. — High Country News – Know the West