Author, hunter and foodie Steven Rinella probes the question, when is it hunting right, and when is it wrong?
Sportsmen are growing fed up with a system that lets private organizations pocket millions off the state's wildlife
A court decision knocked down “amenity” fees at national forests, but the USFS still tries to charge
In which an HCN editor wanders the gigantic gear show -- and finds out the latest about the industry's conservation strategy
After its original trail group dissolved in January, in July the new Continental Divide Trail Coalition formed. They'll coordinate protection and maintenance of the long-distance hiking route through five Western states.
Pioneering mountaineer Peter Metcalf built Black Diamond into a successful climbing-gear business when nobody thought it could be done. But his dream of turning the outdoor industry into a force for nature remains tantalizingly elusive.
The green-leaning $600 billion outdoor industry aspires to be a major conservation player, but so far it's done more talk than walk.
A map showing the grants given by the Outdoor Industry Association's sister organization, the Conservation Alliance.
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