Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow
This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st
Marathon Mom: I’ve Lost My Identity! I Can’t Run Anymore Marathon Mom: I’ve Lost My Identity! I Can’t Run Anymore
6 Romantic Outdoors Ideas for Valentines Day 6 Romantic Outdoors Ideas for Valentines Day
Outdoor Advocacy This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st

This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st

Tom Flynn tracks policy related to conservation and recreation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news tips and angry hate mail, email him at tom [at] outdooralliance [dot] net. Ski Areas Not Responsible for Avalanches? Here’s a worrying idea. A Colorado court [...]

Mobilization and Events 10 Amazing Outdoor Events Happening in February

10 Amazing Outdoor Events Happening in February

Another month, another set of awesome set of outdoor events to check out. So get off the couch, stream some of the action, get your tickets , or go participate yourself; whatever you do, don’t say you didn’t get a heads up on these awesome outdoor events happening in February: [...]

Environment 2013 Was the Driest Year in California’s History

2013 Was the Driest Year in California’s History

The figures have been tallied, and 2013 was officially California’s driest year since state officials began to record rainfall data in 1849. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, roughly 90% of California has been in drought since May and much of the state’s Central Valley (a major agricultural hub for [...]

GTFO! Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow

Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow

Dear Marathon Mom, I’m planting a garden for the first time this year, and I’m starting to design my garden and plan what I’ll plant where. I’m really trying to increase my self-sufficiency with foods, knowing that will also inspire a healthier diet (you can’t grow ice cream, right?) Can [...]

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Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow
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Marathon Mom: Reap What You Sow

Dear Marathon Mom, I’m planting a garden for the first time this year, and I’m starting to design my garden and plan what I’ll plant where. I’m really trying to increase my self-sufficiency with foods, knowing that will also inspire a healthier diet (you can’t grow ice cream, right?) Can [...]

This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st
Outdoor Advocacy

This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 21st

Tom Flynn tracks policy related to conservation and recreation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news tips and angry hate mail, email him at tom [at] outdooralliance [dot] net. Ski Areas Not Responsible for Avalanches? Here’s a worrying idea. A Colorado court [...]

Marathon Mom: I’ve Lost My Identity! I Can’t Run Anymore
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Marathon Mom: I’ve Lost My Identity! I Can’t Run Anymore

Dear Marathon Mom, I joined cross-country in junior high and have been running ever since. It’s been more than 20 years, and running has become who I am. It’s my identity. It’s my only real hobby and passion outside of my family, and I’m perfectly okay with that. I love [...]

6 Romantic Outdoors Ideas for Valentines Day
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6 Romantic Outdoors Ideas for Valentines Day

Valentines Day is just around the corner and what better way to show your significant other some lovin’ than getting dirty in the great outdoors? Ditch the flowers/tacky jewelry route and try a dose of adventure instead- here are 6 Valentines Day outdoor activities and destinations. Find a Private Island [...]

This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 14th
Outdoor Advocacy

This Week in Outdoor Policy – February 14th

Tom Flynn tracks policy related to conservation and recreation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news tips and angry hate mail, email him at tom [at] outdooralliance [dot] net. Fat Biking is Not a Crime…or is it? If you haven’t noticed, the [...]

Marathon Mom: How Can I Squeeze in Long Runs when I Have Kids?
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Marathon Mom: How Can I Squeeze in Long Runs when I Have Kids?

Dear Marathon Mom, I’m a mom of two (twins, age 18 months) and I just signed up for my first marathon since entering motherhood. Now reality is setting in, and I’m wondering how the heck I’m going to squeeze in training - especially long runs! Any ideas or suggests are welcome! Thanks, [...]

Marathon Mom: I Want This Baby Weight GONE!
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Marathon Mom: I Want This Baby Weight GONE!

Dear Marathon Mom, My son is four months old and I’m still hanging on to an extra fifteen pounds from my pregnancy. I’ve been running for about two months now, but I am only up to about 15 miles a week. My body just hurts a lot more when I [...]

10 Amazing Outdoor Events Happening in February
Mobilization and Events

10 Amazing Outdoor Events Happening in February

Another month, another set of awesome set of outdoor events to check out. So get off the couch, stream some of the action, get your tickets , or go participate yourself; whatever you do, don’t say you didn’t get a heads up on these awesome outdoor events happening in February: [...]

This Week in Outdoor Policy – January 31st
Outdoor Advocacy

This Week in Outdoor Policy – January 31st

  Tom Flynn tracks policy related to conservation and recreation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news tips and angry hate mail, email him at tom [at] outdooralliance [dot] net. Two Good Bills Pass Committee On Tuesday, the House Natural Resources Committee [...]

Marathon Mom: We’re starting a family. How will it affect my running?
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Marathon Mom: We’re starting a family. How will it affect my running?

Dear Marathon Mom, I‘ve been a runner since I was a teenager; now, at almost 30 years old and two years of marriage, I think I’m also ready to become a mother. My husband and I have been talking about it for a while now, and we’re hoping to get [...]