As Americans, we collectively own more than 640 million acres of public lands that we can use, enjoy, and explore. National Public Lands Day is the biggest single-day volunteer event that benefits our public lands. With those two thoughts in mind, what are you doing this Saturday?
The Great American Outdoors Act has the potential to address our National Park maintenance backlog, secure funding for the LWCF, and address additional public lands issues. Not familiar with the GAOA yet? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re wondering if it’s safe to go outside and play during the current COVID-19 situation, you’re not alone — lots of us don’t want to spend weeks on the couch. If you’re ready to head outside, here’s some info that can help you recreate more safely.
F3 Gold LLC has proposed the Jenny Gulch Exploration Drilling Project, which aims to locate gold in the Jenny Gulch area of the Black Hills National Forest. Here’s what that entails, what that means, and what you can do about it.
Despite the fact that it provided the literal backdrop for everything we’ve done in Spearfish, I had given little thought to hiking Crow Peak. Don’t make that mistake! It’s a beautiful hike, with even more beautiful views at the top. During a recent visit from my brother-in-law, we made the trek to the summit, and the experience was worth every step. Ready to find out for yourself? Here’s everything you need to know about hiking Crow Peak Trail.
Yesterday, March 12, 2019, President Donald Trump signed the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, or the Dingell Act for short. The Dingell Act has received widespread bipartisan support and will have varied and far-reaching effects on our public lands. With all of these positive changes, what can we expect for our public lands?