February 20, 2014 Outdoors by Jeff Welch
Whether it's chopped up landscapes or underfunding for state parks, it seems we lose a little more of the great outdoors each day. How is this possible? How is it we live in a state where the outdoors is our cultural foundation and yet seem incapable of providing basic funding, let alone figuring out how to protect more of it?
Outdoor preservation isn’t just some act of charity. Because whatever investments we make in outdoor recreation, preservation and access actually pay us back—many times over.