Sleeping in the dirt means you have a lot of choices. And you just might be surprised that there are so many different best practices to minimize your footprint and help conserve outdoor spaces for the next generation. So, we’ve put together our tips for choosing a sustainable campsite.
Jacqui Levy |
April 19, 2018
For those of us that love to play and enjoy the wilder and untamed corners of our planet, participation in stewardship and conservation should be a natural extension of our love for the mountains, rivers, valleys and forests.
James Martin |
January 8, 2018
Every outdoor adventurer intrinsically cares for the outdoor. Most donate money or volunteer for trail days. James Q Martin devotes his talents, resources and the majority of his time to conservation. His award-winning films leave us inspired to adventure and…
Wanderers. Nomads. Dirtbags. Explorers. Whatever you call yourself when you’re on the road for days or weeks on end, we all begin to realize the importance of a good camp. The minimal backpacking pad and tiny stove aren’t cutting it…
Now that winter is in the rearview mirror (officially anyway), hikers all over the country are dusting off their boots and preparing for summer hikes ahead. Kick off the season on June 6th with American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day….
March 31, 2015
Ever wish you could do what you love for a living? What if backpacking, road-tripping or paddling paid the bills? Meet Mike Morin and Amanda Peterson, aka the Access Fund Conservation Team. Sponsored in-part by Therm-a-Rest, this dynamic duo has…