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
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.
Find out where human-powered outdoor recreation happens in 12 western states.
What do we mean when we say "public lands"? And what can you do if you want to keep public lands awesome, accessible, and owned by the public?
One of the most common questions we get is "What are the biggest things I can do right now to protect public lands?" Here are 9 great places to start if you want to get involved in the fight to keep those places you love to play protected
75 outdoor advocacy groups and businesses have a few things to say to Secretary Zinke on the anniversary of the Antiquities Act.