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Three industry nonprofits—Camber Outdoors, Protect Our Winters, and Access Fund—discuss adjusting to the new normal

In what many hope is a new chapter for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the outdoor industry, four leading organizations unite with a public statement and commitment to do better

On the way toward a more diverse outdoor community, mistakes will be made. But one 30-year veteran of the industry sees progress where others see only problems.

The DEI activist writes how we all play a role in bettering the outdoor industry, following mistakes made by the Boulder-based organization

Where do we go from here on the journey toward DEI in the outdoor industry?

Plus, nominate someone you know to add to the growing list of lady-led businesses

Hopefully your brand will never need it, but if you find yourself in hot water, here’s how to minimize the damage and change the course of the conversation

The Pledge, announced to a packed house at Outdoor Retailer Snow Show, was intended to bring the industry together, but ignited a wave of skepticism and criticism instead

Founder of the advocacy organization African American Nature and Parks Experience, Teresa Baker, is asking outdoor industry CEOs to sign her Diversity Pledge

New women-specific stores, the "Move Mountains" campaign, Girl Scouts badges, and more

These companies keep women front and center, whether their leaders are making comfy clothes for the trail or empowering the next generation of girls

A true pioneer in the outdoor industry, Ann Krcik leaves behind a legacy of community-building, mentorship, advocacy, and conservation.