Inside the most destructive fire in American history—and why the West's cities and towns will keep on burning
How creating a "simplified permit system" could decrease the public's input in the land of many uses
When 60-year-old Tim Watkins disappeared on a stretch of singletrack outside Colorado Springs, no one suspected that the truth of how he died would rip the community apart
It takes a unique form of wilderness therapy to help people suffering from emotional trauma
The eight Peruvian immigrants who work as shepherds on the S. Martinez ranch in Washington have a colossal job: keep about 4,000 animals safe from predators so their wool can be harvested in the spring for companies like Pendleton and Woolrich
Moose encounters are growing far more common and more dangerous
‘Wildland’ follows a crew of firefighters as they battle enormous blazes in an effort to reset their lives
From Your Forests Your Future and the Pattiz Brothers, this video demonstrates what goes into a wilderness designation.
This video features outdoor writer Hal Herring a native Alabaman who’s made his living and his home on the public lands of the west.
Line 5 is the name of a 65-year-old oil pipeline running across the floor of Lake Michigan and it's ready to burst.