Busy times: Wolverines in Mongolia, collaboration in Montana, OSV planning in California, climate action in DC, anti-conservation plots in Utah, Alaska, Minnesota…
The Natural Resources Management Act (Public Lands Package) passes Congress, things are looking promising on the Tahoe National Forest, and we’re hiring a new Executive Director!
Getting the government back to work on public lands, reeling from the shutdown, finding solutions on the Plumas National Forest, Lookout Pass and Teton Pass.
As more uphill skiers express interest in hitting the groomers, many ski resorts are responding by creating or modifying specific guidelines to allow inbounds uphill travel.
Report from DC: what will midterm election results and a new Congress in 2019 mean for backcountry skiers and other winter explorers who love public lands?