What's the Outdoor Industry Saying About Trump's Interior Secretary Pick?
It's a mixed bag
It's a mixed bag
Former Navy SEAL Ryan Zinke opposes the Republican land heist. He may be the best environmental hope we have in this administration.
What environmentalists hope to accomplish before the 44th president leaves office
The decision by the Army Corps of Engineers to block the Dakota Access Pipeline arrived just as internal tensions threatened to fracture Standing Rock's Oceti Sakowin camp
Wolf howls, bird songs, crickets, frogs—soundscapes contain clues to not only what's going on around us but also who we are.
The pioneering astronaut was the first American to orbit earth. He died Thursday.
President Obama signed a bill that would finally measure the size of the industry—and lobbyists can't wait to flex that muscle
Even if protesters resist evacuation orders and police actions, they’ll still face the difficulty of living outside in North Dakota
The governor of Oklahoma—and front-runner for the Secretary of the Interior position—is aggressively pro-extraction. Uh oh.
A plan for a drive-up climbing center on the north side of the mountain also includes the mainstays of a modern resort: lodging, restaurants, and a museum. Is this the future of the world's highest peak?
How to start from scratch and expand your horizons
The 22-year-old Olympian is preparing to launch off an antique, currently defunct jump in New Hampshire to remind people of the sport's great, overlooked past
Professional athletes have more direct influence than ever before thanks to massive social media followings. Now’s the time to start using it.
During her four-year tenure as Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, a former oil-industry engineer and CEO of REI, has helped designate 18 new national monuments, increase youth engagement in the national parks, and limit access for energy exploration. As a Trump administration with very different views on conservation prepares to take the reins in Washington, Christopher Keyes sat down with the secretary to discuss her legacy—and the uncertain future of America’s public lands.
Secretary of the Interior tells all: what's next for the Department of the Interior and the environmental movement?