Todd Carmichael runs the billion-dollar La Colombe Coffee empire, but he still makes time for record-breaking jaunts across Antarctica
The crucial public lands legislation just passed the Senate. Here's what you can do to help—and why you should care.
The former oil and gas lobbyist is the worst-case scenario for public lands
Moab has come into its own as one of America’s great multisport destinations. Here’s how to make the most out of a visit, from pedaling its world-class singletrack to hiking its famed national parks to rafting the Colorado River.
Park rangers, wildland firefighters, and an EPA lawyer have all told me that they're worried they'll lose their jobs if they talk publicly about the shutdown
A former National Park Service ranger on why now, more than ever, national parks need protection from Washington's budget fights
Researchers are calling the majestic forest the Shangri-la of conservation acquisitions
Hundreds of people from the Everglades to Yosemite have mobilized as part of a grassroots effort to rid national parks of refuse while federal employees remain furloughed
From mountain bikers in California to snowmobilers in Montana, renegade adventurers see the shutdown as a chance to get away with anything. They need to stop.
Plus, a new protocol will make it more difficult for other parks to close during the shutdown
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