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Adults Can Enjoy the Outdoors Too
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Adults Can Enjoy the Outdoors Too

Sometimes it just feels like the kids get all the attention. Youth programs are sweeping the nation, while adults are at home sweeping the floors. It’s about time adults have a program that engages them with nature, especially for those who need that extra bit of help to get outside. […]

Support Sierra Club for Earth Day
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Support Sierra Club for Earth Day

Not sure what to do this year for Earth Day? No worries, the Sierra Club has you covered. The Sierra Club’s initiative Get Out has six categories of ways anyone can “get out and explore, enjoy, and protect”. No longer can that broken leg from your last outing keep you from […]

Celebrate John Muir with the Episcopalian Church
Outdoor Advocacy

Celebrate John Muir with the Episcopalian Church

Not many religions view Jon Muir as a semi-deity, so for the ones that do, here’s our way of saying, ‘thumbs-up’.”Blessed Creator of the earth and all that inhabits it: We thank you for your prophets John Muir and Hudson Stuck, who rejoiced in your beauty made known in the […]

Colin Arisman Shares “Only the Essentials”
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Colin Arisman Shares “Only the Essentials”

Colin Arisman and high school friend Casey Gannon share a love for the outdoors that has kept them friends five years later. Their friendship will have a chance to grow lots more starting April 19th as they begin their hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,650 mile hike that […]

Be Straw-Free
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Be Straw-Free

How many times do you or your friends go out to eat? Once a week? Twice a week? Four times? And how many of those times do you get a drink? How many of those drinks come with a disposable straw? Probably most of them. Somewhere around 5 million plastic […]

7 DIY Earthy Day Home Activities
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7 DIY Earthy Day Home Activities

One day, every year, we are reminded to do something good for the planet. This day is known as Earth Day. As climate changes, people are more aware than ever before about how the human footprint affects the planet. Earth Day celebrates sustainable actions, and sometimes it is the smallest […]

This Week in Outdoor Policy with Tom Flynn
Outdoor Advocacy

This Week in Outdoor Policy with Tom Flynn

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. For questions, comments and angry hate mail, email him at tom [at] outdooralliance [dot] net. Antiquities Act in the Crosshairs What do Jackson Hole, Wrangell-St. Elias, the Black Canyon […]

The Pack Project Activation Grant
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The Pack Project Activation Grant

For those passionate about connecting others with the outdoors, get your plans ready. Outdoor Nation and Merrell will be awarding $25,000 worth of grants to a minimum of ten projects. The grants will be awarded to those that have plans to not only connect people with the outdoors, but create […]

Stacy Bare: Making the Outdoors Available to Everyone
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Stacy Bare: Making the Outdoors Available to Everyone

Stacy Bare is a veteran, outdoor enthusiast, a local leader, and the Director of the Sierra Club Mission Outdoors. After experiencing the power of the outdoors as a veteran, Stacy now shares that same experience with others, whether they be veterans or children. Stacy took some time to share how anyone […]

Hand to Rock: Climbing for Beginners Who are Out of Shape and Don’t Have a Clue
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Hand to Rock: Climbing for Beginners Who are Out of Shape and Don’t Have a Clue

Hey, chubby! Yeah, you! I can tell that there’s a svelte, sexy, animal of a rock-climber hiding under that soft and flabby exterior. Perhaps you have some climber friends and you’re jealous of the rippling back muscles. Perhaps you just think climber chicks are hot and wanna impress them. Or, […]