Noah Poulos

Author Articles

Relying on Rocks: Protecting Peregrine Falcons

Biologists and Rock Climbers Team Up to Protect Peregrine Falcons  Rope? Check. Carabiners? Check. Helmet? Check. Epic rock face? Check. Endangered species nesting on my...

Youth Cycling in Schools

Students at Bailey Middle School posing on their brand new Specialized Bikes. Meet a dedicated group from North Carolina working hard to get bikes into...

Fresh Tracks: Top Cross-Country Skiing Destinations in the Southeast

Enjoy epic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains along the Roan Mountain range, located on the North Carolina/Tennessee border. / Photo by Travis Bordley Cross-country...

Endangered

The Florida panther is one of dozens of endangered species in the Southeast whose recovery is jeopardized by the Trump administration rollbacks The most important...

Fast Bikes, Slow Food

Meet the adventure farmers behind Pedal to Plate Outdoor adventure is often adrenaline-fueled and fast-paced. Sometimes, though, it is important to slow down, especially when...

Muddy Water: The Dirt on Stream Sedimentation and Forest Roads

Citizens Can Play a Key Role in Improving the Health of Streams Many of us are called outdoors by the sound of rushing water. In...