Ever wondered how you can do more for public lands but you aren’t sure where to start? Outdoor Alliance’s Outdoor Allies series explores how other outdoor adventurers got their start in advocacy work and their advice for how you can harness your passion for the outdoors into advocacy for the land and water you love. Gabe Vasquez serves as a city councilor in Las Cruces, New Mexico, home to the Organ Mountain Desert Peaks National Monument, and is the deputy state director for The Wilderness Society and founder of the Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project. He is also Outdoor Alliance’s newest board member.Read More
Our favorite stories about public lands and opportunities for you to get involved in protecting your outdoor experiences.
The Sierra and Sequoia National Forests want your feedback by September 26!Read More
Last week, the Outdoor Alliance California team hit the road for a week of advocacy from the Ponderosa pines of the Sierra Nevada to the San Joaquin River Gorge in the Central Valley with the goal of voicing our support for outdoor recreation and access in California.Read More
Moving the BLM headquarters and installing an outspoken public land sell off advocate in a leadership role have us concerned.Read More
Outdoor Alliance recently shared a vision for the future of outdoor recreation on the GMUG with the Forest Service. You can get involved, too.Read More