You can have a voice in preserving access to the river you paddle on, the mountainside you ski down, the crag you love to climb, your weekend mountain bike trail, or your favorite hiking route. Check out the resources below and get empowered to protect access to the places you love.
In partnership with The Conservation Alliance and Outdoor Industry Association
The three stages of Forest Planning and where you fit in to protect some of the places you love best!
Want to learn more about getting involved in forest planning so you can shape the future of your national forests? Our Citizens’ Guide to Forest Planning gives you the tools you need to navigate forest planning on your favorite forests.
A warming climate is causing a lot of frozen waste on Denali to melt…and the consequences aren’t pretty.
Our GIS and data expert reviews 2018’s unusual lease offerings on public lands and the impacts to recreation and other important resources.
Over the last two years, the administration has been aggressively giving away millions of acres of public lands.
The outdoor recreation community has a powerful voice with lawmakers. As climate change nears a point of no return, we must join together to demand climate solutions.
Is outdoor recreation the future of the conservation movement? New research says it might be.
With great power comes great responsibility. The outdoor community has a powerful voice right now. Here’s how we can use it to protect the places we love.
It’s not all gloom and doom. Here are a few things that are going well for the outdoors, and why we think outdoor enthusiasts might hold the key to protecting the places we love.