Outdoor recreation advocates hone in on California

In a state with a diverse set of stakeholders, the outdoors is common ground and momentum grows around the creation of an office of outdoor recreation. “California has the granite walls of Yosemite, we have the Sierra, Lake Tahoe, Big Sur, Joshua Tree, Death Valley, the Shasta-Cascade region, the Redwoods and our pristine coastline,” saidContinue reading “Outdoor recreation advocates hone in on California”

Why outdoor destinations need wildfire reform

Wildfire season is bad news for outdoor recreation and the businesses that depend on healthy forests for outdoor tourism. Wildfire season is upon us, and already resort communities are feeling the heat as the severity and intensity of wildfires is on the rise. That’s bad news for outdoor recreation and the places that depend onContinue reading “Why outdoor destinations need wildfire reform”