Frontier Dogs and Their Influence on American History
When settlers from across the world came to the New World, they brought their dogs with them. Those frontier dogs mixed with local Indian dogs and the French and Spanish...
Canoeing: Learn the A to Z Essentials of Piloting a Canoe
Canoeing is a traditional means of travel in the wilderness and a skill developed over time, but here are some time-honored tips and tricks.
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Compass Navigation Guide for Backcountry Trekking
Simple tips and tricks with a compass and map that will keep your next backcountry hunt or hiking trek on course so you won't get lost.
Rough Rider: The Guns, Life and Legacy of Theodore Roosevelt
A fascinating look at the rich, varied and unique outdoor life of our nation's 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt.
Meet Mr. Mule Skinner
“Tennessee” John Stewart keeps frontier-era history alive with his cross-country mule team.
Trekking the West
Hit the Oregon Trail in Wyoming’s Red Desert, where wild horses, wild game and frontier history abound.
6 Ways to Manage A Rural Emergency
In the aftermath of the emergency in the woods, we learned how important several steps are to realize the best possible outcome from such an accident.
Backwoods Critical Care
When critical care is needed in the backwoods, stay calm, work as a team and keep this story in mind.
Rifleman’s DIY: 10 Steps to Building A Shooting Shed
Upgrade your home gun range with a weatherproof roof and ground cover!