Our expedition into the borderlands of southern Arizona has begun! For the next ten days, we’ll be examining the impacts of human development on these fragile ecosystems and the imperiled species who call them home. You can learn more about the trip and follow along with our journey through our daily blog at https://www.adventureterm.com/on-the-border-blog
Adventure Term co-founders Kyle and Trevor Ritland were recently featured in the “30 Under 30” issue from Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. This story put 30 outdoor adventurers, artists, and entrepreneurs in the spotlight, and we’re stoked that our co-founders were included. Kyle and Trevor were just happy to spread the word about some upcoming expeditions they’re developing with Adventure Term!
Check the feature out for yourself at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
Last year, Adventure Term co-founder Kyle Ritland took a solo trip out to California's Santa Cruz Island to study the history of the Channel Island Fox and to apply the lessons of its recovery to the imperiled Red Wolf - check out his recently published article for Blue Ridge Outdoors!
In light of the recent fires decimating Nicaragua's Indio Maiz Biological Reserve - one of the last great bastions of protected forest in Central America- we encourage visitors to re-examine this article published in Mongabay with photos by Adventure Term co-founder Trevor Ritland. This short article offers a concise summary of the events that allowed these fires to take place...
Adventure Term Instructor Trevor Ritland's recent efforts to document the effects of the proposed Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal were published in the scientific journal Mongabay. Trevor's photos were featured in an article written by biologists Karen Masters, Hector Castaneda, and Adam Stein. Read about the consequences and political motivation behind the proposed canal on the Mongabay website here: