A study published on Sept. 29 has demonstrated the importance of school recess - and not merely for health reasons.
On Oct. 4th, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC) helped us celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act by getting their hands dirty to give back to New Mexico's wilderness.
The tour, led by partner group the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF), kicked off in our Denver office July 11 after seven Latino students arrived from colleges around the country.
Several of America’s famed national parks will be the destinations for a group of college students who will be touring the west over next week, learning about the many threats posed by oil and gas development.
Fifty conservation projects in 50 wild places throughout the U.S.
Great Outdoors America Week draws people to Washington DC to celebrate our natural heritage and advocate for preserving public lands and outdoor experiences for all Americans.
This week is National Environmental Education Week, April 13-19, 2014. It is a week to celebrate the connection between young people and the outdoors.
At a White House ceremony tomorrow, President Obama will honor Bill Hodge of The Wilderness Society with the Champion of Change Award for Engaging the Next Generation of Conservation Leaders.
One place we're doing that is in Montana's Southwestern Crown of the Continent.