News Coverage

Apr 10, 2018
By Sarah Gibbens If you were to travel down all of the rivers in the U.S., you would have logged more than three million miles.There are more than 25,000 of them, and they flow through every single state. Some, however, are better off than others.In an annual report released by environmental... Read More
Apr 3, 2018
By Benjamin SwiftIt’s no secret that the outdoor industry and outdoor enthusiasts are by and large a privileged group. Outdoor recreation often requires traveling long distances and can be expensive, dissuading many without the time or means to participate. Additionally, because it exists... Read More
Mar 18, 2018
By Robert FangerWhether they’re hiking in a state or national park, fishing at the edge of a river, or simply walking on the shores of the ocean, families across the country cherish their time spent in the great outdoors. Our access to America’s iconic landscapes and waterways has been... Read More
Mar 9, 2018
By: Carson BearThe places that represent Latino and Hispanic history are incredibly varied—architecturally, geographically, and in terms of their impact on American society. Some sites were integral to the 20th-century farm workers’ movement, while others represent religious... Read More
Mar 5, 2018
The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and the George H.W. Bush Vamos A PescarTM Education Fundannounced the grantees for 2018, marking the third round of grants for the Education Fund. The grantees will work to bring fishing, boating and conservation experiences... Read More