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Comfortable Camping Goes Carbon Neutral With Airstream Program

Forbes

It’s almost spring for folks in the Northern Hemisphere. People are already planning summer camping trips. Airstream, the American makers of those iconic “silver bullet” luxury travel trailers, have launched what they say is the industry’s first initiative to offset carbon emissions.


Building back after the BigHorn fire

KVOA

A non-profit partner of the U.S. Forest Service is accepting donations for the post-fire recovery efforts in areas impacted by the BigHorn fire.


As it Turns 25, Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie is Just Hitting its Stride

WTTW

With the stroke of a pen, Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie was signed into being 25 years ago on Feb. 10 as part of the Illinois Land Conservation Act. The site’s milestone anniversary is being marked with a low-key virtual celebration — any plans for a bigger bash scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic. But make no mistake, the creation of Midewin remains a very big deal to conservationists, historians and nature lovers.