The Oversized Footprint of Ultrarunning
A discussion of the environmental impacts of ultrarunning and tips for lowering your environmental footprint.
Trail Gear ReUseAPalooza 2010 Winners!
iRunFar announces the winners of its 2010 Earth Week Trail Gear ReUseAPalooza!
Earth Week Trail Gear ReUseAPalooza 2010!
iRunFar aims to reuse lots of new and lightly used trail running gear by giving the gear to readers.
Atayne Earth Week Contest Winners
Ok, with added suspense here are the winners of the 5 $50 gift certificates in that Atayne/iRunFar Earth Week contest.
Atayne Earth Week Contest on iRunFar.com
We’re excited to announce that Atayne is sponsoring an Earth Week contest here on iRunFar.com. We’ve previously written about Atanye
What happens when you combine an environmentally-conscious running blog, an overworked editor, and the holidays – a post about GreenLaces!
END Footwear: The Beginning of Sustainable Footwear (Part 2)
Back in July, iRunFar featured Part 1 of its profile of End Footwear nee Outdoor. At the time we thought
Atayne POV Shirt Review and Company Discussion
Here at iRunFar headquarters we like a good “green” story almost as much as we like gear. So you can
Sardines – A Sustainable Meat for the Trailhead?
This summer, I was given the opportunity to try BELA-Olhão sardines. While my first through was…. um, no, I’m vegetarian…
END Footwear: The Beginning of Sustainable Footwear (Part 1)
Back in April, iRunFar noted that we were interested to what would come out of END Footwear (nee Outdoor) –
Support Land Preservation
Despite the fact that iRunFar is headquartered a mere four miles from the political limelight that is DC… or perhaps
No More Free Gu Energy Gel with Stash Your Trash
6/26/08 Update: iRunFar reader Mr. Gump has informed us that returning 50 empty gel packets to Gu Sports‘ Stash Your
Running, Diet, and the Environment
The final installment in iRunFar’s Earth Week series is a simple plea to consider what you eat. There will be
Trail Running Gear Going Green
Installment four in iRunFar’s Earth Week series focuses on trail runners’ gear consumption and the greening of the gear industry.
weRunFar: Runners Seeing Green
In the weRunFar contribution to iRunFar Earth Week series, we’ll share the blogs of a few individuals who espouse their
Green Races: Trail Races and the Environment
When you trail race, do you leave skid marks and a cloud of noxious fumes in your wake? This post,
Environmentally Sustainable Running
Do you think about how your trail running affects the world around you and that of generations to come? You
Trail Running and the Environment
As trail runners, we get to see the gifts of nature more often than most. Indeed, our sport necessarily integrates