By Kerry McClay While its still technically the “pre-season”, many SnowSchool sites are working hard to train leaders for the coming winter.  This is especially true at sites that rely heavily on volunteer educators, such as Discover Your Forest in Bend OR.  This past week I headed over to Mt Bachelor (the site of DYF’s […]

The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association seeks solutions for its grooming program on the West Fork Road (Custer-Gallatin NF).

Act now to tell your Senators and Representative not to sacrifice the Arctic Refuge and to preserve incentives for all Americans to continue to contribute to non-profit organizations.

December 10 is the deadline to provide comments on the Shoshone National Forest’s latest winter travel plan. When finalized, this plan will have major repercussions for skiing and snowboarding on the Shoshone.

December 10, 2017 is the last day to submit public comment on the Shoshone National Forest’s latest winter travel plan. The final plan will have major repercussions for skiing and snowboarding on the forest, especially in frontcountry zones such as Togwotee Pass and Beartooth Pass.

By Kerry McClay Winter is nearly upon us and that means SnowSchool sites across the country are gearing up to engage thousands of kids in an exploration of snow covered public lands!  And while we often talk about SnowSchool in these big-picture terms, of critical importance are the individual educators and leaders who make these […]

The National Park Service recently announced that it is considering increasing entrance fees to $70 at 17 of its most popular parks – Acadia, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Denali, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, Joshua Tree, Mount Rainier, Rocky Mountain, Olympic, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Shenandoah, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Zion. This increase would double, and […]

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