Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Thin Air postponed: The virtual trade show has been pushed to mid-September. The organizers say the change is meant “to ensure we do not take focus away from long overdue conversations" about racism.

Camber releases Workplace Anti-Racism Agenda: The group has assembled a framework that companies can use to combat systemic racism in the workplace.

#BlackBirdersWeek: This week’s campaign to call attention to Black folks in the outdoors got people talking. [Gear Junkie]

Malcolm Daly update: Our colleague is progressing well with his recovery, as this video captured by his family shows. He has three weeks left of intensive therapy left.

Plastic buildup in national parks: More than 1,000 tons of plastic dust is blowing into our national parks each year. Want to help clean things up? Join the Plastic Impact Alliance. [Science]

Wigwam Mills factory reopens: The 115-year old brand has reopened its production facility in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and named fourth-generation siblings Chris Chesebro and Margaret Newhard the new general managers of operations and administration.

Hike, drink beer, get paid: Devils Backbone Brewing Company in Lexington, Virginia, is looking to hire a “Chief Hiking Officer” to traverse the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, host beer events along the way, and get paid for it. Calm down—here’s the link.

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Rose Marcario steps down: Patagonia's longtime CEO has left her post as leader of the company.

New OIA board members: The group welcomes four new faces and one returning member. 

A short and sweet virtual event: Momentum Media PR and Akimbo Communications have created a new virtual media show that cuts out all the fluff.

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