Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web
Rock and Ice publisher steps down: A shocking admission by the publication’s leader precipitated the resignation.
Anti-environmentalist heads Bureau of Land Management: William Perry Pendley, a noted climate denier, was appointed by the White House last week to lead the agency.
Park ranger kills Colorado man: An employee at Carlsbad National Park shot and killed a young man from Colorado in March. After months of silence from the National Park Service, the family is now seeking answers. [CBS Denver]
Rival bike conference set for next year: PeopleForBikes and Sea Otter Classic have scheduled competing events for next April—both in California. [Bicycle Retailer]
Vail Resorts harnesses wind energy: The ski resort company has moved closer to its goal of operating on 100 percent renewable electricity by opening a wind farm in Colorado.
Remembering Gordon Davison: The co-founder of the outdoor brand Berghaus died late last month at age 85. [Grough]
TGR announces new retail location: Teton Gravity Research is opening a new retail concept in Bozeman, Montana, that will offer men’s, women’s, and children’s apparel; performance gear; headgear; and optics.
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