Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 13, 2020
No matter where we come from, the one thing that unites all members of the #OutdoorState is our love of the land. It’s our common ground. And it’s why we must all make a plan to vote in this election.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 13, 2020
Red Bull ice climber, Will Gadd, embarks on a mission to have one last shot at climbing the glaciers of Mount Kilimanjaro. In 2014, Will made several first ascents of Kilimanjaro’s ice towers. Now, as the mountain’s iconic ice cap disappears rapidly, he returns to make a last ascent.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 13, 2020
The Red Desert in southwest Wyoming is the largest unfenced area in the continental United States. But pressure from the oil and gas lobby is currently shaping how the Bureau of Land Management administers this unique landscape.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 02, 2020
Ode to Desolation shares the story of Jim Henterly, a naturalist, illustrator and fire lookout as he contemplates the dwindling days of Fire Lookouts in North America.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 26, 2020
“The truth is: the natural world is changing. And we are totally dependent on that world. It provides our food, water and air. It is the most precious thing we have and we need to defend it.” Sir David Attenborough Learn more at: ourplanet.com/
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 05, 2020
In the mountains behind the sleepy coastal town of Powell River, BC, a small group of rock climbers has spent decades quietly pioneering routes on some of the largest granite walls in Canada.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
The National Environmental Policies Act (NEPA) is a bedrock environmental law that was built to provide government oversight in a system that otherwise affords the government ample discretion.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
As millions around the world shelter at home, the smog melts away, the birds sing, and the waters run clear. What if we used this moment in our lives and in history as an opportunity to jumpstart the rebirth and rewilding of our planet when we go back to work and school?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
When internationally renowned Haida carver Robert Davidson was only 22 years old, he carved the first new totem pole on British Columbia’s Haida Gwaii in almost a century.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
The Middle Fork of the Salmon River was named the “River of No Return” by white settlers, who piloted wooden scows down the river and used the lumber from the boats to build homesteads, never to return to so-called civilization.