In Washington State, a group of researchers is mining social media posts and photos to identify overused trails and turn your next weekend adventure into a real escape
As the U.S. battles over the fate of public lands, the Chilean government and Kristine Tompkins are doing something extraordinary down in Patagonia—setting aside millions of acres for stunning new national parks. And they aren't done yet.
Last week, the Interior Secretary outlined his ideas on what causes wildfire. Here's what he's right and wrong about.
Newly created state offices are promoting outdoor recreation as a major contributor to local economies and the public good, but they need a lot more support to be successful
Amid a frenzied conversation over shrinking public lands, Native Americans run hundreds of miles to honor—and take back—the land that's sacred to them
‘Northern Arizona University Goes to the Yampa’ follows a collegiate group as they learn about the geology of the Colorado Plateau.
The organization posted two videos in response to an article I wrote last week. Let's review what its representatives said about me and the story.
This film showcases the story of Kentucky native Joe Bowen’s change of heart regarding the protection of the Red River Gorge.
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
America's proudest tradition should never be used as an excuse for anti-American politics
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