A proposed state constitutional amendment would establish a conservation fund for Georgia.
Precipitation and warm weather means the ski resort plans to temporarily shut down.
Repeat floods and rockslides have closed multiple roads into the national park in recent months.
When Marine Sergeant Kirstie Ennis lost her leg above the knee in Afghanistan, she found healing in the outdoors. Now, she has her sights set on the world’s highest mountains.
The group seeks documents relating plans for big changes at Jackson Park.
The activists summitted the New Hampshire peak to protest the planned addition of utility poles and power lines.
Some areas will remain accessible while other services come to a halt.
The outdoor giant just incorporated an Aptos Company management suite nationwide.
Flooding from the Mt. St. Helens lake is unlikely, but consequences are high.
Chicago-area museums and nature parks have an exciting year of cultural and environmental special events on the calendar.
The county supervisor suggested that a planned non-vehicle path on the Richmond-San Rafael bridge might be scrapped for a car lane.
Ticks--plus bedbugs and stinkbugs--probably survived the Northeast's cold snap.
Officials are holding public meetings statewide to discuss higher fees at some forest sites.
America's biggest park is almost six times the size of Yellowstone and has next to no trails. Make the most of your trip there with these tips from a guide.
Wildfire, cliffside development, and rain combined to create last week's devastating slide.
The proposal includes critical funding for water quality, healthy forests, and access to parks.
A new portal also streamlines buying licenses, park passes, and more.
The Chicago team was instrumental in the creation of the new Parque Nacional Yaguas.
Chicago Department of Transportation plans to discuss a proposal to make Chicago Avenue safer for cyclists and pedestrians this year.
Visit 40-plus state parks for free on the second Saturday of each month.
He introduced a bill that would remove the wolves from the endangered species list if their population reaches a minimum of 100.
Colorado's areas are advertising adventure amenities and bunny slopes to attract visitors in a dry winter.
The public comment period for a proposed fee hike extends until February 9.
Star-shot skies over vast deserts, fertile valleys, and a footpath that follows some of humanity’s oldest trade routes: The new, 400-mile Jordan Trail offers a month-long immersion in the Middle East.
This week's deadly storms have polluted the ocean with disease-carrying runoff.
The 3-day event features camping, trail running, hiking, yoga, and music.
A diverse group will discuss public lands and recreation at Denver's July Outdoor Retailer show.
The 2008 abduction and killing of Meredith Emerson still haunts investigators and lawyers.
Gov. Inslee toured the slow-moving slide outside Yakima.
The only thing better than Yellowstone in summer? Yellowstone in winter. Picture herds of bison and elk, low-hanging steam shrouding evergreen forests, gem-hued pools blazing amid the snow-dusted landscape—and savoring it all in solitude.
The Oakland reserve hosts clusters of the spotted bugs from November through February.
The justices seemed to be siding with Florida over water use in the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers.