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In 2012, Jared Campbell decided to run up and down Salt Lake City’s Grandeur Peak for 24 hours, to raise money for air quality advocacy work. The following year, a few friends joined in. The next year: even more. After 11 years, Campbell’s solo pr...
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Arlene Lieberman
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Jacob Brewer
“I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.” — George Washington Carver In this age of over-pola...
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Two recent (USA) court cases pose a new threat to outdoor adventure, for both commercial and private adventurers, and run contrary to practices and values which the outdoor community has worked hard to develop. I will outline the two cases, and offer some analysis of the threats which the cases m...

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Recalled Jugader Zipline Kit Cable and Trolley
News Date:  April 11, 2024
This recall involves Jugader Zipline Kits containing a cable wire that is 160-foot long and 4-mm thick, a blue trolley, and a hanging plastic seat. Hazard: The zipline’s stainless-steel cable can break, posing a fall hazard. Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 20 reports of the cable ...
MSR Reactor Accessory
News Date:  February 22, 2024
This recall involves select Cascade Designs camping cooking pots. The anodized aluminum pots are various 1- to 2-liter pots sold individually and as a part of stove systems and kits. The recalled models include Reactor, Trail Lite and PocketRocket Stove Kits. MSR is written on the side of the pot...

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The “Cold Card” is a concise, easy-to-use decision aid that can be carried in the field by wilderness search and rescue teams or medical responders to advise on assessment and care of cold-exposed patients. It is available for free download and unlimited use for education or in-field instruction by any individual or group. The card should be printed on heavy, waterproof stock (13×18 cm) for use in all weather conditions.For more information, see the 2018 WEM article “Cold Card” to...