Stacy Bare

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Iraqi War Veteran and Director of Sierra Club's Mission Outdoors Program

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As the leader of the Sierra Club’s Mission Outdoors program, I’m often asked if there are more outdoor recreation deaths today than there were in the past—or if it only…

Don’t fear the great outdoors, enjoy it!

As the leader of the Sierra Club’s Mission Outdoors program, I’m often asked if there are more outdoor recreation deaths today than there were in the past—or if it only…

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