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Earth is now our only shareholder.
Elder Wilson Wewa tells the creation story of Animal Village. Tara Kerzhner and Len Necefer consider how these stories can reshape stewardship.
An ode to Raúl Revilla Quiroz, one of the fathers of Mexican rock climbing.
A conversation between Lor Sabourin and Madaleine Sorkin.
There’s more to life than three-to-the-beach, surf contest results and a clean cutback.
Charlie Fowler was a world-class alpinist; what did he find out in Colorado’s Wild, Wild West climbing area that kept him coming back?
Francisco “Pacho” Gangotena and his wife opted to challenge the way farming was done in their region and are instead going back to the roots of ancient agriculture.
An exchange of waves and Indigenous cultural practices on the Pacific coast of Mexico.
Delusional optimism and alpine immersion in British Columbia’s South Chilcotin Mountains.
Reflections on the 2022 Oak Flat Prayer Run, a gathering and a protest of a planned copper mine that could destroy this sacred site.
Five years after Hurricane Maria, coastal land in Puerto Rico is being sold and developed at a dizzying pace. Puerto Ricans are taking the conservation fight into their own hands.
Grappling with her aging trail dog’s declining health, a mountain biker decides to give her furry best friend one last dose of singletrack.
On an intergenerational new routing trip in the Sierra, Tad McCrea asks, What if your best adventure is the one you’re already on?
The supreme court’s least-bad, bad ruling on climate, and some options President Biden still has.
In learning her ancestral language, one mountain biker finds a different way to relate to the world, herself and her community—and ride her bike.
Building community deep in the heart of Texas.
Reforesting in the heart of Europe.
The toughest fish you’ll ever catch could knock a few minutes off your finish time at Flyathlon, a backcountry race in Colorado that combines trail running and fly fishing.
Why a symbol of Indian self-reliance is vital again.
A former city kid finds answers and empowerment in nature.
Paddling Salish and Nimiipuu home waters, once again.
Updating catch and release.
An excerpt from Dylan Tomine’s Headwaters: The Adventures, Obsession, and Evolution of a Fly Fisherman proves he was born to fish and born to write.
The South Pacific has a plastic problem. He had a truck.
This story was supposed to be about a thriving, women-led organic farm in Maine. Then came news of the ”forever chemicals.”
A band of mountain friends learns that when they give attention to what they see, trust and confidence can follow graciously.
The remarkable relationship between Hidetoshi Matsubara and his birds of prey.
An ode to the simplest outdoor gear.
Taking off the bandages is just the beginning.
As we make a transition to renewable sources of energy, let’s not renew the same old mistakes.
After nearly 30 years on the hallowed trails of southern British Columbia, Betty Birrell still thinks life is one big playground—and that you’re never too old to send.
Women make up less than five percent of US carpenters by trade. Some tradeswomen are changing the narrative, one dovetail joint at a time.
Exploring motherhood and meaningful play.
Lessons from a close one in Alaska.
Protecting the ocean is what friends are for.
Tiny but mighty, herring might be the most important fish in the ocean.
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