COVID-19 restrictions pointing more people toward the outdoors for the first time.
While most fun things are off-limits, for the most part, the outdoors is not.
People who enjoy the outdoors already know the health benefits of being outside.
This isn’t a blog about how expensive fishing, camping, hiking or participating in other traditional outdoor recreation has become. Compared to most recreational pursuits, it’s affordable. No wonder it’s so popular and its popularity is why it’s become “big recreation” in the same sense as big oil, big pharma or other big businesses. It’s easy to recognize most business categories…
Data: 90 percent of Ohioans walk or hike a trail a few times a year and approximately a third walk or hike a trail monthly.
Nonprofit group dedicated to helping physically disabled men and women to hunt and fish.
Nearly 70,000 of Minnesota’s 550,000 hunters are women, compared to 55,000 female hunters in 2010. Growth is thanks in part to Becoming An Outdoors Woman program, the state’s training and research effort that aims to increase women’s interest in hunting.
With the deer opener on Saturday, the Minnesota DNR has extended its phone hours for hunters – and other outdoor enthusiasts – in Minnesota, the DNR said in a news release Tuesday, Oct. 31. The DNR Information Center will take calls until 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Early feedback indicates people like…
They also say they would like to have more trails (natural surface, paved and water), wildlife viewing and birding areas, and undeveloped campgrounds.