Articles written by: Courtney Lambert

I enjoy free diving, competitive swim, biking, paddling, traveling the world, a nice glass of wine, sand in my hair and salt on my skin.... oh yea, and I write a little bit as well.

Invasive Lionfish are Hurting Coral Reefs
Outdoor Advocacy

Invasive Lionfish are Hurting Coral Reefs

The delicate ecosystems of coral reefs all over the Caribbean and Atlantic coast are under attack, and this time it’s not pollution, climate change or human destruction. A small, splendidly colored, spiny fish is taking over and scientists aren’t happy about it. Meet the lionfish, though small; the name is more […]

Summit Purchases Pristine Powder Mountain
Mobilization and Events

Summit Purchases Pristine Powder Mountain

A page has turned for the future of Eden, Utah and the most skiable mountain in the United States, Powder Mountain. It turned when a group of young entrepreneurs with a refreshing outlook on life shook hands with 50 big name, deep pocket investors last April and purchased the 10,000-acre […]

Dangerous Uranium Mining Threatens Grand Canyon
Environment

Dangerous Uranium Mining Threatens Grand Canyon

“Leave it as it is. You cannot improve on it. The ages have been at work on it, and man can only mar it.” That’s what 26th U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt said upon visiting the Grand Canyon in 1903, enchanted and awestruck by the unparalleled natural beauty of the rolling […]

The Cardboard Bike: A Transportation Super Star
Outdoor Advocacy

The Cardboard Bike: A Transportation Super Star

Izhar Gafni from Israel’s northern coast spent the last four years creating what many said was impossible- a cardboard bike. But the determined inventor did just that, and his eco friendly, waterproof and affordable bike made its debut in 2012, ushering in what many feel will be a transportation renaissance […]

Rise of the River City Challenge: Q&A with Joe Crespi
Mobilization and Events

Rise of the River City Challenge: Q&A with Joe Crespi

There’s a kayak revolution going on in Northeast Florida and if you hop in a kayak and paddle your way along the black current of the mighty St. Johns river, you are bound to find one of the sport’s biggest promoters in the region, kayak expert and outdoor extrodinaire Joe […]

Kayaks: The Difference Between Sit-On and Sit-In
GTFO!

Kayaks: The Difference Between Sit-On and Sit-In

SO you want to join the wonderful world of kayaking. Nothing is more fun than slicing through the water with that sharp, smooth hull, wrestling a fish on the line from those tiny creeks other boast can’t reach or roughing it in some big surf with angry waves splashing your […]

4 Deliciously Simple Camping Recipes
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4 Deliciously Simple Camping Recipes

Put that pack of hot dogs away and leave the burdensome cookware back at the house because  for your next camping trip, all you need is a campfire and your appetite. Here are a few savory camping recipe ideas so ridiculously easy,  a 5-year-old could do it. Breakfast: The Baggie […]