The Great American Outdoors Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure and Jobs Act both provide much-needed funds for public lands.
New legislative initiative “Keep Washington Evergreen” aims to conserve 1 million acres of working and natural forests by 2040.
Christina Deubel, who’s inspired by Northwest public lands, shares about her artistic process and first public mural at Camp Sekani.
Pioneer School student essay by Benson Side, based on a field-learning experience at Yellowstone National Park.
Private land owner conservation champions and non-profit organizations work together to protect former working forests and ranchlands from development.
By Holly Weiler & Ammi Midstokke Sometimes a reasonable day hike is enough. Sometimes you need to push your mind and body to see how far you can go. The following recommendations are for hikers and trail runners who want to cover some serious distance in a single-day push. Okanogan Highlands—Kettle Crest Trail Trail Distance: 30 miles
By Pete Meighan Approaching from the north, Eastern Washington’s Blue Mountains appear as little more than inconspicuous rolling hills on the horizon. This outwardly unremarkable appearance belies the spectacular network of deep canyons and tabletop ridges concealed within the Umatilla National Forest. Perhaps the trail that best showcases the dramatic landscapes comprising the Blue Mountains is the ominously