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Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke is out after less than two years on the job.

A consortium led by China’s Anta Sports is looking to purchase Amer Sports Corporation, parent company of Salomon, Arc’teryx, Peak Performance, Atomic, Suunto, and other brands. The board of Amer issued this statement in support of the buy.

Want to know what’s happening in regards to the outdoor agenda in Washington as 2018 comes to a close. Get caught up with OIA’s Government Affairs Officer, Jessica Wahl, in this quick podcast.

Common ground for farmers and outdoorists: Here are 6 reasons why the outdoor industry should support the 2018 Farm Bill.

Grassroots Outdoor Alliance announced a shift in dates for its June 2019 show in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Got a sweet new product launching for F18? Make sure you tell us about it here, for consideration in our spanking new trade journal, The Voice.

Way to go, Darn Tough! The sock company went big on Giving Tuesday last month, donating 100 percent of its online sales that day to the Vermont Food Bank. It was not an insignificant gesture: The proceeds will feed 130 families of four for one month.

There’s some good skiing to be had out there, especially in the Pacific Northwest! According to OnTheSnow.com, Mt. Baker in Washington, has been blessed with 98” inches of glory in the last 7 days. 

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