Bring conservation and accessibility to natural areas by fostering shared stewardship from the ground up.
Land management and stewardship agencies get early access to our platform before public access is released later this year.
For the conservation and continued accessibility of our public lands, Outway is bridging the gap between land management agencies and their adventurers. Click to read about the issues facing the outdoor community and how Outway is solving them.
Ecosystems all over the world are changing. In Colorado’s Front Range, wildfires are becoming more and more frequent, often burning at temperatures so high that the landscape cannot regenerate, and posing a threat to the communities that interface with nature. Outway’s Aaron Kennedy spoke with Chris Dirolf, a Boulder OSMP wildland firefighter, to discuss the rise in fires, the impacts, and how we can restore this ecosystem. Click to read and listen to our full interview with Chris.
Presenting our 4-year research with Pitkin County and the City of Aspen on collaborative stewardship and its role in conserving local ecosystems across communities. This community-centered approach focuses on understanding the small actionable things we can implement to empower all members of our community, from other land managers to private land owners.
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