New research proves that spending time outdoors improves our physical and mental health.
Photo above by Vic Schendel
August 4, 2020 marked a momentous conservation occasion in the United States. On that day the White House officially signaled that the long-pursued Great American Outdoors Act was, indeed, a reality and the legislation passed into law on August 9. Representing one of the more significant
For those in the conservation community, the value of maintaining public lands and our access to them cannot be overstated. Hunters are a vital component of this community and embody a conservation ethic founded on the belief that wildlife is a public trust. But for this to be true, hunters and everyone else must be able to access and utilize wild spaces where animals can survive and thrive. Whether we hunt, fish, forage or simply hike, we need our public landsthey are the legacy of every citizen, a true inheritance for future generations; and a vital necessity for that great majority who cannot own expansive lands of their own.