The Time to Vote campaign, which includes almost 150 companies, gives employees time off to vote in the midterm elections
Idaho issued only a single bear tag, but conservationists are still concerned about the consequences of picking off just one bear in a state that has played an outsize role in grizzly management
Last week, surfing became the latest sport to close the prize-money gender gap. So where does that put us on the greater path to equality in sports?
For decades, women in the Forest Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture have been trying to bring justice to those who have discriminated against them. A new investigation reveals that the inaction is due to a much larger problem: a system set up to make their complaints go away.
For decades, the staff of Grand Canyon National Park has lived with a culture of bullying and harassment. Can the park's first female superintendent heal the old wounds?
Last week, the Interior Secretary outlined his ideas on what causes wildfire. Here's what he's right and wrong about.
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.
These women chose to have both a family and a job as a pro skier or mountain guide. But they're often subjected to a public narrative that either villainizes or discredits their decision.
Brands need to do more to prove they're using this imagery in a respectful way—and hiring Indigenous people to design it
Outdoor towns tend to be overwhelmingly homogenous, which can make for a tough decision for people of color who want to move somewhere they can play outside
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