Friday, December 4, 2020
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The peculiar circumstances surrounding this summer have pushed more people outdoors. Barb Mudrak digs into the increased interest in camping.

Julie Geiss recalls a recent trip to Laurel Ridge State Park and all the beautiful floral blooms she saw during her hike.

If you’re considering foraging as a hobby or even a lifestyle, use these tips to get started.

A group of scientists plan to spend the next few decades replenishing populations of lake sturgeons, particularly in Lake Erie.

Learn more about freshwater mussels; their role in the ecosystems of rivers, lakes and streams in the Midwest and how you can help protect them.

Julie Geiss shares memories from a recent family road trip to Assateague State Park and National Seashore and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Julie Geiss recounts the views of a recent trip to Mill Creek Park. Learn more about the history of the man-made structures and the beauty around them.

Julie Geiss details a recent hike she and her family took at Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park.

Mike Tontimonia bids farewell to his readers and shares one final story as he prepares for a sort-of retirement.

Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery were the first white men to cross the western half of the U.S. in 1804.