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Hunting Mountain Mushrooms

Terra Breeden, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2016

Filed under Community, Outdoor, Sustainability, Travel

With their spongy, brain-like appearance and mottled brown coloring, morels look more like a discarded bathroom loofah than a gourmet treat. However, these wild North American mushrooms are prized for their nutty, steak-like fla... Read more »

Diamond Peak Rail Jam: One Fine Day

Bliss Summerstone, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016

Filed under Community, Outdoor

Snowboarders were flipping over in the air on Friday, February 26 at Diamond Peak's Rail Jam competition, and the weather was a sunny warm 57 degrees.  Out of the hundred spectators a half dozen were seen wearing shorts an... Read more »

Ode to ODAL

Stephanie Coates, Feature Editor

November 18, 2015

Filed under Outdoor

As I stood in front of a room full of outdoor enthusiasts, about to share my experience spending 15 days solo backpacking through the Sierra Nevada, I realized just how far I had come since my start at Sierra Nevada College nine... Read more »

Gearing up to take off

Gearing up to take off

November 14, 2015

ODAL 101 Conquers the South Fork

October 14, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Outdoor, Travel

  After completing the first trip of the Outdoor Adventure Leadership 101 class, backpacking, 21 students continued the course with their second trip on Sept. 18, which encompassed team building through whitewater raft... Read more »

Sustainability: How to eat local in the winter

October 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

By Marina McCoy   Summer Farmer’s Markets have now ended, and the crisp air of fall has arrived. One might think that eating local during the fall, winter and early spring months is difficult and expensive. When in... Read more »