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'Interviews'

Q&A: Snowboarder & Writer Emilé Zynobia on Finding Her Voice in the Outdoors

Snowboarder & Writer Emilé Zynobia on Toxic Positivity & Representation in Mountain Towns

We talk with Jackson Hole ambassador and Yale grad student @curlsinthewild about studying the environment in a crisis, learning to claim, and more

Q&A: Plant Kween on Bringing the Great Outdoors Inside

Instagram Sensation Plant Kween on the Benefits and Joys of the Great Indoors

Christopher Griffin, aka @plantkween, shares tips for plant parenting and self care, and why they turned their NYC apartment into an indoor garden paradise

Q&A: Jeremy Jones on Climate Deniers & Founding the Nonprofit POW

Snowboarder and Activist Jeremy Jones on Climate Deniers & His Nonprofit POW


The snowboard legend talks about his new film, Purple Mountains, promoting climate science on Capitol Hill, and starting Protect Our Winters

Q&A: Alex Strohl on Pandemic Perseverance and the Future of Photography

Alex Strohl on the End of Instagram, Launching Wildist, and Pitching Clients in the Pandemic

The influential photographer talks the end of Instagram, supporting women photographers at Wildist, and how to land clients in the pandemic

Q&A: Tawny Newsome on Life in Comedy, Space, and the Outdoors

How Life Outside Prepared Comedian Tawny Newsome to Take on Hollywood

The LA-based actress, musician, and outdoorist talks growing up on a farm, working with Steve Carell, and being Black in nature

Q&A: Adventurer, Educator, and Trailblazer Ron Griswell

Q&A: Adventurer Ron Griswell on How to Get into the Outdoor Industry

The founder of HBCUs Outside discusses mindfulness, advice for adventure newcomers, and how he's helping increase representation outdoors

The 5 Most Viewed Articles & Interviews on Field Mag in 2019

Best of 2019: Top 5 Most Viewed Articles, Interviews & Features

From A-Frame rentals and #vanlife alternatives to how to travel better from an Indigenous perspective, these articles drew the most eyeballs in 2019

Q&A: Photographer Brian Kelley on New Book, PARKS

New Book Captures 100+ Years of National Parks' Graphic Design

Over 300 pieces of park maps, brochures, and printed materials creates a visual archive for outdoor enthusiasts and design nerds alike

This Week's Best Articles, From Around the Web

The Best New Articles From Around the Web This Week

Greta arrives in NYC, CNN's clever climate solution quiz, Faroe Islands' running pastor, and more

Q&A: MT Sobek Co-Founder Richard Bangs on 50 Years of Adventure

The Father of Adventure Travel Says to Protect We Must Explore

The MT Sobek co-founder discusses 50 years in the travel business, the call of wild places, and the big-picture problems of travel on a choking planet

Q&A: Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & Free Soloing 3200' El Capitan

Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & His Free Solo of El Cap

The world's premier free solo climber lives in a van, thinks life insurance is a scam, and is unlike anyone else

Q&A: Artist David Buckley Borden & the Hemlock Hospice Project

How One Designer Is Using Art to Inspire Action on Climate Change

How the demise of the eastern hemlock at the mouth of an invasive insect inspired a site-specific installation created to educate the masses about ecology and climate change

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