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Nature: Environment Stories

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Heroes: David Gonzales, 46

This eco-obsessed author and photographer is saving his local forest, one tree at a time.

Weather Anecdotes: Explained

Mnemonics make it easy to remember weather sayings and make weather predictions, but is there any truth behind the prediction rhymes?

Green Guide

Articles on nature and climate change as they relate to backpacking, and environmentally friendly backpacking gear.

The Birth of the Rockies

A new theory might solve the mystery of how these mountains formed.

Natural Wonders: World's Tallest Geyser, North America's Smallest Bird and Best Shade Tree

Discover the world's tallest geyser, North America's smallest bird, and the country's best shade tree on these three treks.

Three Trips to Natural Wonders

Discover the world's oldest tree, America's biggest cavern, and Florida's largest herd of wild horses on these three treks.

Wilderness Wonders: Strangest Rock Formation

Millions of years ago, these crazy rock formations were formed in Turkey due to volcanic activity.

Danger Signs: Burn Zones

Here are the top three wildfire dangers and how to avoid them.

Wilderness Wonders: Tallest Tree

Head to Northern California's Redwood National Park for a glimpse at these giants.

Wilderness Wonders: Largest Glacier

Trekker-friendly glacier is largest in the Alps.

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