The Stash Blog

Human-Powered Success in Washington’s Eastern Cascades

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There’s a new winter non-motorized area for backcountry skiers, splitboarders, and snowshoers in Washington’s Eastern Cascades!

NASA in the Schoolyard

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SnowSchool students help NASA scientists do the important work of measuring, monitoring and studying the snowpack.

Grand Teton National Park Wants Your Input on Protecting Bighorn Sheep Winter Habitat

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This is our chance to help develop a management plan that will work for skiers and sheep. Learn more and comment now!

April 2022 Policy Update

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In this month's policy update, we share news on Colorado's outdoor conference, bighorn sheep in the Tetons, Phase 1 of NEPA restored, and a shoutout to our grassroots groups.

Phase 1 of Restoration of NEPA Complete

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The Biden Administration has restored the basic environmental safeguards provided by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Input Needed from Teton Skiers

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An online survey is now available for backcountry skiers, riders, and climbers to share their perspectives on Teton Bighorn Sheep conservation and backcountry winter recreation.

SnowSchool Site Spotlight: Catamount Outdoor Family Center

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Learn more about our newest SnowSchool site, Catamount Family Center, and their work to bring the curriculum to their Vermont schoolyards!

March 2022 Policy Update

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In this month's policy update, we share news on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, Bridger-Teton Forest Planning, and what we hope for from the President's FY23 Budget.

Finding the Gulo Gusto at Backcountry Film Festival

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How do you tie together urgent yet complicated issues like mountain biodiversity, the future of snow, rural economics, human-powered backcountry adventure, local connection to the natural world, and conserving wildlife all in one Festival program, let alone one film? In this season’s line-up, one film answered that question by telling a story about wolverines and backcountry skiing.