Does the dry Reno-Tahoe autumn reflect a trend toward drier shoulder seasons in the US West?
What does it mean to have a lobbyist in control of our public lands?
Outdoorists are likely to buy carbon offsets directly or indirectly from gear and travel companies. What are their drawbacks?
Can the outdoors provide the hope and courage we will need to save it?
Will the recent EPA clean water rollback impact waterways and wetlands near you? Hunters and anglers are paying attention.
Does the future of birding depend on shared data, from human and other birders?
Does it all come down to whether we include ourselves in our concept of nature?
Outdoorist groups like the climbers’ Access Fund try to convert private land to sustainably usable public parks.
An endangered species success story has begun to reverse, and no one is sure why.
If we all lived like Bill “One Gallon” Nedderman, we’d all be rich, at least in outdoor experience. How does he do it?