Mammut Nova III Mid Review

I am not a marathon backpacker. My demands for a good hiking shoe do not include strapping on crampons or contouring across scree for miles. But I still tend to wear the heck out of whatever footwear I have. Over the past few months, I’ve […]

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  • A Visit to the OR

    Last week, we traveled to the Outdoor Retailer at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. It’s the outdoor industry’s largest event for buyers, media, and others to gather, place orders, and show off new products. More importantly, it’s an opportunity for the outdoor recreational community […]

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  • Riders: how long will we be relevant?

    Like any other niche community, us horse owners and riders know what we like. We gravitate to anyone or anything that speaks our language. We can spot each other a mile away. In my neck of the woods, the ‘I get horseback’ uniform is: Long, […]

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  • To Drift, Not To Push

    Joe Morris Recently, I traveled to California for a Rancher-to-Rancher (R2R) field day, an event to address drought resilience. R2R team...

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  • Wolves in Colorado?

    Editor’s Note: We welcome guest columnist Matt Barnes from Dolores, Colorado. Barnes works with landowners and managers to improve rangeland stewardship, and to coexist with...

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  • Ode to Mancos

    Old stomping grounds. Harpswell, Maine I was born and raised in Harpswell, Maine. If you swapped out fishermen and lobstermen for farmers...

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