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Pa. launches Office of Outdoor Recreation

Pa. launches Office of Outdoor Recreation

State officials gathered in western Pennsylvania on Thursday to celebrate the launch of Pennsylvania’s first-ever Office of Outdoor Recreation.
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New Mexico Democrats hope bill will protect rights against pollution

Rights to a clean environment could be enshrined in New Mexico’s Constitution if a resolution pre-filed ahead of the 2023 Legislative Session is passed, putting the matter before voters.

Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers
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Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers

Scientists have shown for the first time that protecting highly valuable but imperiled tuna in huge marine preserves pays off in the recovery of so many of the migratory fish
Mountain melt shutters classic Alpine routes amid heat waves

Mountain melt shutters classic Alpine routes amid heat waves

Little snow cover and glaciers melting at an alarming rate amid Europe's sweltering heat waves have put some of the most classic Alpine hiking routes off-limits.

The westward spread of zebra and quagga mussels shows how tiny invaders can cause big problems
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The westward spread of zebra and quagga mussels shows how tiny invaders can cause big problems

Zebra and quagga mussels entered the Great Lakes in large ships’ ballast water. Now, local boaters and anglers are spreading them into the southern and western US.
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Extreme weather challenges bikepackers on the Tour Divide race

Extreme weather challenges bikepackers on the Tour Divide race

The Tour Divide, a bikepacking race from the Canadian Rockies to the U.S. border with Mexico, has always been a test of fortitude. But extreme weather is making it much more dangerous.
Baratunde Thurston wants you to be part of nature. Right now

Baratunde Thurston wants you to be part of nature. Right now

The author of “How to Be Black” and host of the “How to Citizen with Baratunde” podcast wants you to experience the outdoors with a new PBS television series.
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