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
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.
The administration is giving industry a pass to the front of the line, but first, they have to turn a deaf ear to the public. Here’s how they are making that official.
The public land heist hasn’t gone away. Its tactics have gotten smarter, sneakier, and could spell the end of publicly-owned and managed lands in the U.S.
Has America’s best conservation program helped in your backyard? Learn more about the Land and Water Conservation Fund and how it’s created trails, parks, and outdoor spaces near you.
A law called the National Environmental Policy Act could see big changes from the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Ever heard of the Roadless Rule? It’s protecting some of the best backcountry recreation in the country, and it’s under fire.
Some years ago, we started asking a simple question: is there a land management designation that’s best for protecting outdoor recreation? The answer led us to what is now the Recreation Not Red-Tape Act.
What climbing and outdoor recreation will be affected by Trump’s rollback of monument protections in Utah? Outdoor Alliance has the most detailed maps about your recreation at risk.