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From the AT to NYC
From the AT to NYC
From the AT to NYC
Lauren Evans

How a mother’s own childhood experience on the Appalachian Trail shaped the way she teaches her four children to find nature in the heart of New York City.

5 min Read
Moments of Flow
Moments of Flow
Moments of Flow
Kristian Jackson

The psychology of the perfect ride.

7 min Read
Episode 2: Run to Be Visible
Episode 2: Run to Be Visible
Episode 2: Run to Be Visible

Lydia Jennings honors Indigenous scientists of the past, present and future.

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18:50
A New Beat For Borutta
A New Beat For Borutta
A New Beat For Borutta
Agostino Petroni

An Italian town began emptying out, so its inhabitants turned to renewable energy to save it.

7 min Read
The Big-Wave Safety Paradox
The Big-Wave Safety Paradox
The Big-Wave Safety Paradox
Greg Long

Are the recent advancements in safety equipment and protocols making big-wave lineups more dangerous?

9 min Read
Decolonize Your Mind
Decolonize Your Mind
Decolonize Your Mind
Maaruk, Warren Jones

A Yup’ik philosopher on culture, awareness and identity.

14 min Read
Shaped by Clay
Shaped by Clay
Shaped by Clay
Athena Steen

A Puebloan tradition is passed to the next generation.

4 min Read
Shifting Currents
A person with long brown hair wearing a white t-shirt with a rainbow graphic.
Shifting Currents
Emerald LaFortune

Guiding queer identities in rural Idaho.

11 min Read
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Dispatch from Fairy Creek
Maia Wikler

Why a logging protest has become Canada’s largest act of civil disobedience.

12 min Read
Love Scaled Up
Love Scaled Up
Love Scaled Up
Lor Sabourin

Behind the film They/Them.

10 min Read
They/Them
They/Them
They/Them

Follow Lor Sabourin into the sandstone canyons of northern Arizona as they piece together five of the hardest pitches of their climbing career and a climbing community where everyone can thrive as their authentic self.

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1:00
Anchoring for Change
Anchoring for Change
Anchoring for Change
Morgan Williamson

How Captain Liz Clark’s Tahitian residency opened a new chapter in her activist work.

5 min Read
Life Lived Wild
Life Lived Wild
Life Lived Wild
Rick Ridgeway

Rolling Stone called him “the real Indiana Jones.” His new memoir reveals why our friend Rick was always a great deal more.

5 min Read
It’s a Magical World
It’s a Magical World
It’s a Magical World
Ryan Dunfee

Rolling through a full-scale sensory rebellion in New England.

5 min Read
Larch Love
Larch Love
Larch Love
Colin Wiseman

An ode to Larix lyallii.

5 min Read
It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
Tom Hazelton

The Big Muddy is polluted. Securing the Driftless Area can help clean it.

10 min Read
For the Land We Inhabit
For the Land We Inhabit
For the Land We Inhabit
Felipe Cancino

The communities of Cajón del Maipo, in Chile, are seeing their environment be threatened by an unnecessary hydroelectric project.

9 min Read
Higher Ground
Higher Ground
Higher Ground
Austin Siadak & Richelle Kimble

Discovering that climbing is for them.

6 min Read
The Forever Ranch
The Forever Ranch
The Forever Ranch
Louise Johns

Learning to coexist with the wild in Montana’s Tom Miner Basin.

6 min Read
Good Jeans
Illustration of a person wearing an orange shirt and blue jeans kneeling in their garden picking lettuce.
Good Jeans
Sarah Mirk

What’s the secret to a really good pair of jeans? Comics journalist Sarah Mirk tells us what to look for and how to keep them in play longer.

2 min Read
Corriendo para salvar una Cuenca (Run to Save a Watershed)
Corriendo para salvar una Cuenca (Run to Save a Watershed)
Corriendo para salvar una Cuenca (Run to Save a Watershed)

Trail runner and activist Felipe Cancino takes us on a 120 km run through the Maipo River Valley—revealing along the way the impacts of the Alto Maipo hydropower project on the local ecosystem, its communities and traditions; and the threat it poses to the water supply of Santiago’s 7.1 million residents.

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16:46
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Cold Smoke, Hot Shot
Connor Ryan & Micheli Oliver

A firekeeper caring for Indigenous land.

11 min Read
More Corals. More Fish.
More Corals. More Fish.
More Corals. More Fish.
Yessenia Funes

This marine sanctuary in the Gulf of Mexico is one of many biodiversity hotspots in the US that need more federal protection.

7 min Read
The Place to Go Downhill
The Place to Go Downhill
The Place to Go Downhill
Korey Hopkins

A soldier finds solace on fat tires.

10 min Read
One Big Lie
One Big Lie
One Big Lie
Richard Flanagan

An excerpt from Toxic: The Rotting Underbelly of the Tasmanian Salmon Industry.

9 min Read
Unfinished Business
Unfinished Business
Unfinished Business
Rachel G. Clark

When it comes to making more responsible jeans, our work is never done. And, of course, we leave the really dirty work to you.

7 min Read
Plotting Change
Plotting Change
Plotting Change
Andrew O’Reilly

The father and son team behind Life Do Grow farm has focused their life’s work on building a sense of community and well-being in an area that has been plagued by poverty, violence and neglect for decades.

6 min Read
The Joy of Junky Windslop
The Joy of Junky Windslop
The Joy of Junky Windslop
Daniel Duane

Tapping into the beginner’s mind while teaching his daughter to surf.

8 min Read
Trails for Everybody
Trails for Everybody
Trails for Everybody
Teal Stetson-Lee

An interview with Gabo Benoit, trail advocate and mountain-bike mayor of Coyhaique, Chile.

19 min Read
Biking Bread
Biking Bread
Biking Bread
Jeff McElroy

In San Luis Obispo, California, a team of bakers is building community by “pedaling” their wares.

5 min Read
Running the Isle
Running the Isle
Running the Isle
Monica Prelle

Exploring one of the least visited but most revisited national parks, on foot.

10 min Read
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
Mădălina Preda & Meaghen Brown

There’s so much. An interview with the co-editors of All We Can Save.

10 min Read
Donating with Dignity
Donating with Dignity
Donating with Dignity
Sarah Mirk

The dos and don’ts of donating your used clothes.

3 min Read
Remothering the Land
Remothering the Land
Remothering the Land

Regenerative practices and knowledge come from Indigenous and Black farmers, and support healthy soil, animals and people.

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10:38
Did You Ever Think?
Did You Ever Think?
Did You Ever Think?
Kim Strom

After a difficult year, a runner finds life anew in the Sierra.

10 min Read
Biirrinba is Life
Biirrinba is Life
Biirrinba is Life
Alistair Klinkenberg

Childhood friends, Hayley Talbot and Dan Ross, are determined to save a mighty river.

6 min Read
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