The Stash Blog

The 2018-19 Backcountry Film Festival Poster is Here!

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Another year, another Backcountry Film Festival! Get wildly ready for our fourteenth year of snowy cinema, raffle prizes, good times and high fives.

Winter Wildlands Alliance is hiring Program Administrator

Boise-based Winter Wildlands Alliance is seeking a part-time Program Administrator to join our team! We are looking for a self-starting, highly motivated individual with strong organizational skills who is also passionate about human-powered winter snowsports.

Recreation Funding in Peril: Tell Congress to Act Now to Renew the Land and Water Conservation Fund!

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For 5 decades, LWCF has played a big role in protecting public lands and improving recreation opportunities across America. Let's not let it expire now.

2018 Human-Powered Snowsports Trends & Impact Report

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Human-powered snowsports are an important part of the $887 billion outdoor recreation economy and the fastest growing segment of the winter outdoor recreation industry, creating jobs, bringing income into rural economies and contributing to community development, quality of life and public land conservation.

How You Recreate in Winter: Survey Results

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Your top 10 favorite ways to recreate in winter and a handful of threats to the ways we play.

Comment Now on the Eldorado NF OSV Plan

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The Eldorado National Forest Draft Winter Travel Plan proposes to reverse historic protections and open traditionally non-motorized areas to snowmobile use. Let's not let this happen. Public comments are due August 6!

July Policy Update

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Winter travel planning is staying hot through the summer, Utah Senator Mike Lee has a bucket o' bad ideas about what to do with public lands, and we're gathering data to key in on the local economic impact of human-powered snowsports.

SnowSchool Season’s “Greatest Pics”

Check out some of our favorite pictures from the 2018 SnowSchool season!

To OSVUM Or Not To OSVUM: Getting on track with the Boise, Payette and Bridger-Teton National Forests

3 national forests in Idaho and Wyoming take appropriate action, WWA and partners drop legal challenge. Onward and upward!