The Map Diaries: A Visual Journey Around the World

When I trod the paths through nature’s greatest, I find places that eternally mark my heart, the places that change my very being and dictate the way I choose to live. They stay with me more vividly than almost any experience in the human spectrum. And the magnitude of this discovery keeps me forever plodding down Earth’s secret walkways.

So I’ve done some traveling with these two feet, and I’ve started to create a visual story using maps. Here is the beginning of my “Map Diaries”, a story I’ll keep writing for the rest of my life.

Staying in the Loop: Land Policy and What it Means to Coloradans

There’s been a lot of talk around policy and public lands lately. As citizens of Colorado, lovers of the mountains, and seekers of the wild, we’re all concerned with public lands’ protection. Staying informed is one of the best ways to ensure their longevity. With that, here’s a brief on what’s happening in the news and why it matters to Coloradans:

The Adventure of a Lifetime: Spring Break in Moab

by Anissa Shull Moab Spring Break Alumni ’16 It all started with packing my luggage into the Youth Education Program van and relaxing until we reached our beautiful campsite in Moab, Utah. It was placed next to the Colorado River, surrounded by … Continued