October 2016

Beer Trails: Combining Scenery and Suds in the South

By Graham Averill | 23 Jan 18
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These craft brewery routes combine the best suds and scenery in the South.

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The War on Public Lands

By Scott Willoughby | 28 Oct 16
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Armed Militants aren’t the only ones trying to transfer public lands into private ownership. Could national forests and parks be sold?

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Trail Mix: Homeward Bound

By Jedd Ferris | 25 Oct 16
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From Carolina to the Crescent City, Seth Walker Finds His Groove.

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Appalachian Mountain Brewery Wins 2016 State of the Hops

By Travis Hall | 13 Oct 16
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Votes poured in this summer for our State of the Hops contest, which pitted 64 of the best breweries in North Carolina and Virginia against each other, but at final tally, only one brewery could walk away victorious.

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Piping Hot: 25 Pipelines Proposed for the East

By Lucie Hanes | 10 Oct 16
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The Atlantic Coast Pipeline has grabbed most of the headlines, but 25 additional natural gas pipelines have been proposed for the East, crossing national forests, state parks, and suburban backyards.

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Colors Without Crowds: 10 Fall Foliage Favorites

By Jess Daddio | 05 Oct 16
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Autumn can be a great time to get outdoors, but the change in season brings more than those beloved golden-red vistas.

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The October Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is Live!

By BRO Staff | 05 Oct 16
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The October Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is Live!

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Untapped: Moving Beyond Coal

By Jess Daddio | 03 Oct 16
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The resource-rich mountains of eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia have a long history of extraction, but with the coal industry on the decline, Breaks Interstate Park is hopeful the area’s recreation tourism scene will climb to the top. Literally.

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The Outdoor Candidates

By Jeff Kinney | 03 Oct 16
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Who fights for your Blue Ridge Backyard? These 10 politicians ARE protecting the places where we play.

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