Our Partners

Organizations we're proud to be associated with

WE CHeRISH OUR COMMUNITY

As the story goes, members of Sierra Club and the Mazamas traveled to Washington in 1906 to help local climbers establish our own organization -- The Mountaineers.

The community of outdoor enthusiasts -- those who smile at us on the trail, share route beta up rock, lay a skin track in deep snow and those thousands of volunteers who teach outdoor skills, lead adventures, build trails, perform midnight search and rescues, and who work to preserve wild places and the access to them -- are our community. It's a positive, hopeful community of people who "do" rather then complain, and we're humbled to be a member of this group.

Following are like-minded nonprofit outdoor groups we have and, mostly, still are working with on publishing projects in one way or another. In some cases we distribute their books, sometimes we co-publish books, and frequently we partner on events, both in person and online.

Northern Forest Canoe TrailAlaska CoalitionAdventure Cycling AssociationLeave No TraceMazamasWashington Trails AssociationColorado Mountain ClubOutward Bound

 

AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY

Access Fund

Alaska Coalition 

Alaska Wilderness League

 American Alpine Club

The Audubon Society

Cascade Bicycle Club

Climbing For Kids

Colorado Mountain Club

Conservation Northwest

CORNELL LAB OF ORNITHOLOGY

Cross Country Ski Area Association

Defenders of Wildlife

Leave No Trace

Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences

Mazamas

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Natural Resources Defense Council

NORTH CASCADES INSTITUTE

Northern Forest Canoe Trail

OREGON WILD

Outdoor Industry Association

Sierra Club

Student Conservation Association

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND

Washington Trails Association

The Wilderness Society

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative