People & Organizations
America’s pre-teens continued to drift away from outdoor recreation in 2009 and cuts to state and local spending on parks and team sports could lower participation rates going forward, according to the 2010 Outdoor Recreation Participation Report.
We're recognizing Trailspace's outstanding reviewers and community members as part of our 20,000 Reviews Contest. Today we meet Arson, the member with the most helpful review ratings of all, as rated by other members.
Meet XterroBrando, the Trailspace community member who wrote our 20,000th review this week (it was for a four-star spork). So, who is grand winner XterroBrando? Read on to find out.
Back in 2001, a little outdoor community called Trailspace hit the world wide web with a small collection of backcountry gear reviews. As we approach 20,000 reviews, we think that milestone is worth celebrating. So, we're giving away gear in the Trailspace 20,000 Reviews Contest.
A vibrant desert sunset, light cascading across dune vegetation, and the stillness of a northern quaking bog are just a few of the visual splendors captured by photographers in the National Park Service’s 2010 National Natural Landmarks Photo Contest.
The White House's Office of the Press Secretary released the following Presidential Proclamation from Barack Obama on August 31, 2010, marking September as National Wilderness Month.
The national park rangers' ranks are growing. The newest rangers may be smaller, but they're no less enthusiastic or passionate about the parks. They're the Junior Rangers of the National Park Service.
Doug Clark has ridden a rollercoaster with GoLite Footwear, standing by his brand when a corporate giant gave up on it. Now he's hoping his "upside-down" approach to shoe technology, one designed to work with the natural human gait, will provide a foothold in the highly-competitive outdoor shoe market.
If you were a National Park Ranger for a day, how would you describe the national parks to someone who’s never been before? Three kids, 9-12, answered that question to win the National Park Foundation's third annual Junior Ranger Essay Contest.
Thank you to everyone who entered and participated in the first Trailspace member photo contest. Here are the top-voted winners, out of 61 entries, in the Nature and Wildlife category, along with some words from the photographers about themselves and their photographs.
Thank you to everyone who entered and participated in the first Trailspace member photo contest. Here are the top-voted winners, out of 68 entries, in the People Outdoors category, along with some words from the photographers about themselves and their photographs.