Leah Sottile

Leah Sottile

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The Fight for Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

National monuments aren’t created overnight. The quintessential example of this is the story of Dave Willis, a 65-year-old outdoorsman in Southern Oregon who started advocating for protection of the...

Leah Sottile
Sep 13, 2017

Four Lies We’ve Been Told About National Monuments

In April, President Donald Trump charged his public lands deputy, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, with reviewing 27 of our national monuments. Since then, the ex-Navy SEAL—a guy who rocks a Boy...

Leah Sottile
Aug 22, 2017

The Ultimate Adventure Job: Travel Nurse

Like the idea of traveling the country, making bank, and setting your own schedule? Travel nurses are in high demand just about everywhere.

Leah Sottile
Nov 15, 2016

Your Future Office Will Be Outdoors

A new workplace grading system from the CDC puts a high premium on offices that embrace nature and encourage workers to be active.

Leah Sottile
Nov 15, 2016

How Did the Malheur Occupiers Get Away Scot-Free?

The fact that a jury found the Bundy brothers not guilty is baffling, and could embolden other anti-government extremists who think the federal government shouldn't own land

Leah Sottile
Oct 28, 2016

The Man Who Created Bigfoot

Bob Gimlin was a small town cowboy when his friend coaxed him into hunting the famous mythical creature 50 years ago. Today, as the legend of Bigfoot has grown, Gimlin is viewed by the community of...

Leah Sottile
Jul 5, 2016