City-goers Sonya and Necota Staples weren’t outdoorsy types. But a rainy camping trip rekindled their relationship and gave them a new-found love of nature.
It’s more important than ever to treat the Earth with respect when we go outside. Here’s how.
AdvocacyHow ‘Black Folks Camp Too’ Is Making the Outdoors More DiverseBlack Folks Camp Too is on a mission to promote unity in the outdoors while getting more of the Black community out enjoying nature. In October 2019, Earl B. Hunter, Jr. stepped onto the stage at the Outdoor Economy Conference in western North Carolina and, […]