New data sources can change the way we count outdoor recreation, allowing trail managers to better advocate for improvements and plan for growing demand.
Archives for 2021
Slide show: The wildland-urban interface is growing and wildfires are causing cause more damage. Land use planning is an important solution.
This panel discussion, with examples from Montana and New Mexico, examines how fiscal policies have failed rural communities.
Flood risk is underestimated in the U.S., but better maps and data are not enough to help communities. They must be accompanied with resources to support local action.
A new report in our Economic Profile System provides community-level data about wildfire hazard and potentially vulnerable populations.