Saving Wild Places
To ship coal from the Powder River Basin to China, you have to go through the heart of the Lummi Nation.
Surfers, being explorers by nature, search for uncrowded waves—the whole Endless Summer mystique. They find beautiful places and tell their friends, who then start visiting.
Indonesian doctors show that stethoscopes might be the best defense against chainsaws
May 5, 2014
"Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.: A Vision for the American West" symposium at Stanford University offered a crash course in the landscape architect's influential practice as well in the state of national and local parks.
June 27, 2013
We're sharing some of our favorite red, white, and blue places to make this your best Fourth of July celebration yet.
August 24, 2012
Ah, a spelunker's paradise! Caving, or spelunking, is a popular and dangerous sport among adventure-enthusiasts and explorers seeking the thrills of undiscovered deep, dark, and sometimes cramped spaces. Caves are mysterious and house a lot of geological history. But not all caving excursions need...