Rethink Outside Tag

Kids in Nature, Photography, ReThinkOutside / 14.04.2020

The Joy Trip Project is happy to announce the next recipient of a lovingly used digital camera! Thanks to the generous contribution of a donor in Madison, Wisconsin, Austin Miller will receive a Leica V-Lux 1 with a spare battery, a charger and the original instruction manual. He will also get a Sling camera strap and the new Travel Tripod from our friends at Peak Design. Whenever possible it is critically important to support and encourage the interests of young people to express what they see in the world...

Adventure Media Review, Diversity, Environmental Protection, Everyone Outside, Film preview, Film Review, National Forests, National Parks, Public Land, ReThinkOutside / 27.02.2020

Imagine what our world would look like today if from the outset our public lands were made open and accessible to everyone. The history of our national parks and recreation areas is riddled with tragic narratives of exclusion that have deprived marginalized communities of not only the chance to spend time in the outdoors but to become part of the movement to protect and preserve the natural world. A new short film from the Outbound Collective aims to turn that notion on its head by welcoming in an...

American Rivers, Environmental Justice, Essays, ThinkOutside / 20.10.2019

Over the last several weeks I’ve enjoyed many opportunities to reimagine the outdoors. I’m not suggesting that the natural world should be seen as landscapes with purple skies or orange grass populated by prancing unicorns ( as cool as that might be). But rather I envision an environment in nature where everyone is not only made to feel welcome, but encouraged to become active participants in its long-term preservation. I want to see everyone outside. Recent reporting projects included stops at the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia, the Willamette...