The Stash Blog

Member Profile: Maddie Fahnline

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We sit down with Maddie, Advocate and Winter Wildlands Member, in Ely, MN as a backcountry skier, ice climber, and an advocate for wild places.

Skiing with Wildlife

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What are our impacts and what can we do to minimize them? The feature article in our latest Trail Break is by Jana Rogers.

Member Profile: Doug Robinson

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We sit down with Doug Robinson, legend and WWA Member, in Kirkwood, CA after a half century of adventuring and guiding in the big mountains.

Beyond Acknowledgment: Listening to the Land

Throughout our Trail Break magazine, we go beyond land acknowledgements by including stories about how they acknowledge the land. By Danielle Stickman.

The Future We Could Have

An exploration into the future we believe in and are working towards by WWA Executive Director, David Page from our latest Trail Break issue.

Policy Update – December 2022

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In this month's policy update, we share about our Policy Director's recent trip to DC, permitting reform, and winter access in Mount Rainier National Park.

Paradise Squeezed: Reduced Winter Access to Mount Rainier National Park

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Read more about reduced access to Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, why it matters, and how you help.

SnowSchool 2023 Season Underway

A national program with dozens of SnowSchool sites and thousands of anticipated participants across the snowbelt, SnowSchool is powered by the passion and energy of hundreds professional educators and volunteer leaders every winter.

California Winter Recreation Data Collection Contest

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Get outside to win a prize! From January 1, 2023, to April 30, 2023, we are hosting a California Data Collection Contest using the Recreation Impact Monitoring System (RIMS) mobile app.