We sat down with Michelle Toshack of Adventure Scientists and learned more about the organization and their current project, Timber Tracking!
What does it mean to be waterwise? The concept conjures ideas of conservation, rationing, and drought—but maybe it’s simpler than that. On a backpacking trip, being waterwise could mean having enough water left over to still have a satisfying sip…
Gabaccia is an artist and conscious creative whose works, regardless of the medium, intersect beautifully with the social and environmental issues surrounding her. Thanks for joining us on this interview, and give her a follow at the links above.
6 am: Most of us are out of our tents at our backcountry campsite by now, bleary-eyed and making coffee. Although it’s mid-July, at 11,000 feet elevation it’s chilly with a nip in the air, and I feel grateful for…
Choosing where to resole can be a matter of trial and error. Here's some great tips to get started!
Resident OPL contributor Meg shares an Ode to Mother Earth.
Eleven outdoor brands who are putting the environment first and implementing eco-friendly practices when making gear!
As outdoor lovers, we don't just know and love the power of transformative experiences in the outdoors. We also know, often too well, that without supportive communities, Mother Nature will suffer.
As climbers, we want to protect and preserve the climbing areas we frequent to the best of our ability.
With these eco-friendly camping tips, you'll not only feel better about your impact on our environment, you'll save money too!