Those of us who live in Wyoming find long road trips to be undaunting, even familiar. Spending four hours driving from one part of the state to another isn’t unusual.
Carmen M. Alex is a scientist, writer and photographer. She is especially concerned with the sustainability of our natural resources and the preservation of wilderness areas in the U.S. and abroad. Alex received a bachelor’s of science in geophysics from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in earth science from UC Santa Cruz. After 20 […]
Kelsey Roseth and Calvin Vick received this year’s Madson Fellowships. The fellowship is an annual grant program through OWAA that funds continuing education for outdoor communicators, both members and nonmembers.
Members of the Outdoor Writers Association of America elected Ruth Hoyt, Shawn Perich and Ken Keffer to serve on the organization’s board of directors.
As I wrote this in April, The Denver Post had just published an editorial taking its hedge fund owner, Alden Global Capital, to task for attempting to squeeze every dime from the publication.
The Huffington Post recently published a letter advocating “simple, responsible reforms” in firearms policy that was authored by Dan Ashe and signed by 11 others.
OWAA’s Circle of Chiefs lost a member April 16, 2018, with the death of Robert (Bob) Lindholm, 82, of Lindsborg Kansas.
Sheila Link, OWAA’s first woman president, died March 30, just a few months short of her 95th birthday.
The best proofreader I ever had was my mom. Unfortunately for me, my mistakes weren’t noticed until she read them in the morning newspaper. Dad thought they should hire her.
Freelancing is hard. There isn’t a week that goes by that at some point I don’t question the career choice.