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Trans-Atlantic Sailors Help Microplastics Research

By Emily Wolfe Before the new year, crewmembers from 100 sailboats are set to collect 600 ocean water samples from a 602,000-square-nautical mile area in…


Adventure science work leads to “critically imperiled” listing for Pacific Marten

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Tuesday, July 1st, 2014, Tags: , , ,

A partnership between Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation and the Olympic National Forest has led to a “critically imperiled” listing by NatureServe for the coastal…

Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation is recruiting ocean-goers from New England and around the world to help study a disturbing form of marine pollution

When paddler, filmmaker and Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation (ASC) adventure scientist Steve Weileman bottled his first sample of sea water off a remote, undeveloped…


Adventure Science: Bison outside my tent

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Monday, July 14th, 2014, Tags: , , , ,

Landmark is ASC’s groundbreaking project to provide “boots on the ground” support for the American Prairie Reserve management team. Wildlife survey crews consist of skilled outdoors men and women…


Great Pacific Race: The biggest, baddest microplastics survey

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Monday, June 23rd, 2014, Tags: , ,

By Jordan Holsinger Two thousand, four hundred miles. Up to three months on the ocean. Alone. For most this sounds like a nightmare, but for…

Horny Toad Joins 1% for the Planet

WAITSFIELD, Vt., Nov. 21 – On November 19, 2013, Horny Toad announced that it has joined 1% for the Planet, the world’s largest environmental network. The lifestyle clothing…