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Organizations around the world are helping refugees feel welcome via wilderness immersions—and with a record number of displaced people, this movement couldn’t come at a better time

By portraying predators as villains, we are influencing how our children perceive the natural world

After Lawlor Coe lost his brother Hunter to tragedy, he did everything he could to avoid his pain. Then he began to run.

Want your children to have a deeper relationship with nature than you do? So did this writer. She found an entry point in Tinkergarten.

Hoping to help my brother beat his alcohol addiction, I set up a two-wheel road trip through the scenic terrain of northeast Kansas. As usual, he was funny, endearing, maddening, and burdened by problems I couldn’t solve.

For as far back as she can remember, Mardi Fuller grew up in a world of swimming lessons and swim teams, which was unusual for a daughter of Jamaican immigrants. Why the emphasis on water? Because of a mysterious death that haunted her family’s past.

Stories about kids who break hiking or climbing records feel like the continuation of an outdated and unhealthy attitude toward outdoor recreation

Eco-conscious parents are turning to electric utility bikes to haul their most precious cargo: their children

Please give me some kind of hope that I’m not raising a kid who always will prefer computers to canoes

It’s never too early to help your kids develop a healthy mindset around food. Here’s where to start.

The South American pack animal is the perfect companion for getting deep into the wilderness with little ones

For one pandemic-worn parent, the key to staying close to her family is getting some distance

When my yellow Lab died last spring, I was flattened by an overwhelming sadness that’s with me still. And that’s normal, experts say, because losing a pet is often one of the hardest yet least acknowledged traumas we’ll ever face.

Doesn’t your dog deserve the best?

We asked a pediatrician for advice on getting outside safely when temperatures soar

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