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Stay stoked and strong: resources for climbers at home

By Katie Griffith Public lands across the state of Washington, including many climbing areas, are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Trailheads, campgrounds, and day-use...

Video of the Week: Earth from space

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqA1iXYFRIU This cool little NASA video is about how Earth-observing satellites have shaped our knowledge of the planet’s climate, atmosphere, land, polar regions and ocean....
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Indoor Recommendations, Vol. 1

  It looks like we’re all going to be spending a lot of time inside, or at least close to home, for a while to...

State public lands agencies extend closures until May 4

In accordance with Governor Jay Inslee extending the state's stay-at-home order, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington State Parks and the Washington...

WDFW closes recreational fishing, shellfishing statewide

In response to Washington governor Jay Inslee's stay home order, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has temporarily closed recreational fishing and...

Take action to protect rural communities from COVID-19

By Maria DeBari I woke up on Wednesday in Indian Creek, happy and tired. I drove to get service for the first time in a...

Coronavirus resources for local outdoor recreation

The new coronavirus outbreak and the response to slow its transmission has affected virtually every facet of life in the Pacific Northwest and throughout...

It’s safe to play outside, with some precautions

By Oliver Lazenby Hunker down, but go outside; it's going to be a beautiful week. Snohomish County executive Dave Somers concluded his talk at a...

Mt. Baker Ski Area taking a 7-10-day “pause”

Sun. March 15 update from Mt. Baker Ski Area on Vimeo. Mt. Baker Ski Area is taking a 7-10 day pause to allow its volunteer...