Will Harlan

Author Articles

30 Years of Giving: Warren Haynes, Merrell—and Doobe—Lend a Hand to Local Communities

Kent "Doobie" Doobrow forged a partnership between Warren Haynes, Merrell, and Habitat for Humanity that has helped build 35 homes and raise millions for charity.

BREAKING: Red Wolf Rule Delayed, Giving Wolves a Fighting Chance

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced a delay of the proposed rule for red wolves because of the federal court ruling that found they had violated the Endangered Species Act in its management of the wolf. Red wolf populations have plummeted from 130 in 2006 to less than 30.

Newswire December 2018

West Virginia Environmental Journalist Wins Genius Grant Ken Ward Jr. has been tirelessly covering the coal and gas industries in West Virginia for two and...

Meet the Carolina Trekker: Roger Upton shares memorable moments in the mountains

Roger Upton has hiked  in every national park and national forest in the Southeast, and for the past several years, he's written and photographed his journeys as the Carolina Trekker

Missing North Carolina hiker murdered in Mexico’s Copper Canyons

Patrick Braxton-Andrew was killed by a Mexican criminal organization while visiting Urique, a famous adventure destination in Mexico's Copper Canyons.

Gallery: The Shut-In Race Is Still Tough As Ever

Now in its 39th year, the Shut-In Ridge Trail Run is one of the oldest trail races in the country—and certainly one of the...