National Geographic is set to publish outdoor journalist James Edward Mills’ second book, 'Unhidden,' which examines the historical connections Black people have to areas managed by the National Park Service.
A stroke of good luck saved Slim Pickins Outfitters from closing during the pandemic. Now, the owners are using the new interest in their shop to help people of color find autonomy, ownership, and space in the outdoors.
Mountaineer Andrew Alexander King discusses how he challenges outdoor brands to do better when it comes to athlete ambassadorships.
When Breanne Acio and her wife fell in love with the camper van life, they immediately ran into barriers: loneliness and a lack of practical resources.
Hiking and trail running shoes can be purchased as a single shoe or two shoes in different sizes and widths.
Marinel de Jesus of Brown Gal Trekker discusses how the outdoor industry has an obligation to take a stance against Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate.
A limited budget doesn’t have to get in the way of successfully marketing your outdoor business.
Co-founder of Backbone Media Lisa Raleigh wants the inaugural O2 Outdoor Women’s Festival to help female-identifying outdoor enthusiasts to gain confidence, connect, and heal after the pandemic.
Ali Carr launched a jobs board on Facebook four years ago. Today, it’s the go-to hub for 22,000 people who work in and seek to work in the outdoor industry.