Mash-Up Round-Up: Nature + The Great Outdoors
The week of May 23, 2020 was finding a patch of outside to claim as our own, just for a minute, just to remember what it feels like, because even the tiniest peak at nature is essential to our humanity. You can do it too. Happy long weekend, fam, and remember to breathe. We got this.
He aims to ensure the Sierra Club is an inclusive space for all, and to double down on their work defeating the anti-environmental Trump administration and its industry lobbyists. Meet Cruz and learn more about his background, inspiration, motivations, and vision.
via Sierra Club
Going to a national park for a day trip has never sounded more lovely, but we’re staying responsible and practical! Lots of parks are closed, but lots of parks are opening, so plan accordingly: parking, bathrooms, and distancing.
Liz Clark has been self-isolating on her sailboat since 2005. Here’s what she’s learned from her life alone aboard Swell.
Nordic nations dominate the top 10 for contended countries with their summer homes, forest schools, cycling cities, and those unbelievable views. Nature isn’t just within easy reach but part of life and culture.
via Outside Online
There’s fewer people traveling, signs of fewer pollution, and news of wildlife benefitting from our lack of activity. But what we do next will impact conservation efforts for generations to come.