Just as you rely on wild places to rejuvenate and restore you, those places rely on you to keep them in good condition.
This year’s edition of GO Day, which is a joint project undertaken by federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and the outdoor recreation industry, focuses on getting first-time visitors out on to public lands and reco
Within the San Juan National Forest, the Hermosa Creek Watershed encompasses the largest unprotected roadless area in the Southern Rocky Mountains,
When it comes to making life better for you, what’s more important than exercise, companionship or even sleep?
Most Americans turned their clocks “ahead” for Daylight Savings Time on March 10.
Winter can be a time of quiet respite and solitary refuge. It can also be a time of celebration and challenge. Your wildlands offer all of these and more.
Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) announced on Dec. 3 that he will introduce a bill this month to designate central Colorado’s Browns Canyon as a national monument, with nearly half of that newly-protected land to be set aside as wilderness.
A Senate Energy and Natural Resources subcommittee held hearings Nov. 20 on three locally-supported bills to secure cherished natural places in New Mexico, Colorado and California.
By Jamie Williams, president of The Wilderness Society