The founder of She Colors Nature fell for the outdoors after moving to Leavenworth. Now she’s instilling that love in her daughters' generation.
Alison hikes Leavenworth trails with Chelsea Murphy, producer of the documentary film, Expedition Reclamation.
Citing shrinking enrollment, the school district may close some elementaries — raising questions about who will bear the brunt of potential cuts.
Bronze Chapter founder Denice Rochelle has thrived in the outdoors all her life. She wants other people of color in the PNW to feel the same way.
Through her group The Bronze Chapter, Rochelle helps BIPOC rewrite their narrative — and explore the PNW.
The angler known as The Black Stonefly was raised in the city. But now he's on a mission to get more Black people into the outdoors.
After four decades, publisher Assunta Ng decided to move Northwest Asian Weekly completely online and shut down the Seattle Chinese Post altogether.
Alison wades into icy PNW waters to fly-fish with The Black Stonefly, Giancarlo Lawrence.
Tacoma angler, chef and outdoorsman Giancarlo Lawrence found solace in the icy waters of the PNW.
Alison visits Portland to look at running culture through the eyes of Deadstock Run Club.
Host Alison Mariella Desir explores the roots of Oregon’s racist past by jogging through city streets with Deadstock Run Club.
Plaintiffs claim the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act are racially discriminatory – against non-Indigenous people.
First drawn to the sport for health benefits, athlete Rosalie Fish hit her stride advocating for missing and murdered Indigenous women and two-spirit people.
Alison runs with activist Rosalie Fish at UW, exploring how running helps raise awareness.
The UW runner strives to keep missing and murdered Indigenous women and two-spirit people from being forgotten.
After 150 years of broken treaties and declining salmon populations, Randy Settler worries there won't be enough fish for future Indigenous generations.