Ultrarunning Through Wyoming’s Longest Migration Corridors

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Ultrarunning Through Wyoming’s Longest Migration Corridors
Two years into a research project on Wyoming’s wild mule deer, Patrick Rodgers lost his father—the person who taught him how to appreciate our public lands. Rogers found solace though covering long distances in the wild, much like the migrating animals he studies. This film, directed by Shannon Vand...

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Rain Gear Built for the Wettest Pacific Northwest Adventures

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Rain Gear Built for the Wettest Pacific Northwest Adventures
Since moving to the West Coast almost a decade ago, I’ve experienced my fair share of wet-weather mishaps. From waking up in a tent sitting in a couple inches of water, to forgetting to pack a waterproof shell during thunderstorm season, I’ve been left waterlogged and grumpy from being caught unprep...

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When Climate Change Came for My Favorite Glacier

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When Climate Change Came for My Favorite Glacier
“Dreamland” sits high on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the Juneau Icefield, not far from the border between Alaska and British Columbia. It’s a corrugated metal box—a two-stall outhouse with a little wooden flag that you can prop up while using the facilities—and it has a view more than worthy of...

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