Managing Uncertainty in the Backcountry

This article by Howie Schwartz on managing uncertainty originally ran on Powder Cloud and has been reprinted with their permission.

Out the Gate: Avalanche Safety in the Age of Covid

This article by Colin Clancy, which quotes A3 board president Halsted Morris, originally ran on February 10 on The Ski Journal and has been...

Seminar: Effective Avalanche Communication

A3’s seminar, Effective Avalanche Communication with the Public and Media: Leveraging Expertise and Factual Information, featured three guest speakers.

Old Dogs, New Tricks: Community-Building Communication

This post by Flathead Avalanche Center Director Blase Reardon originally appeared on the FAC's Forecaster's Corner, where Flathead Avalanche Forecasters and other avalanche professionals contribute to the conversation on the current avalanche situation.

Know Where Not to Go

"Knowing where not to go is the most important backcountry decision you’ll ever make." This article by Colin Zacharias originally ran on Powder Cloud on January 20, 2021 and has been reprinted with their permission.

2020 Wyoming Snow & Avalanche Workshop

Thanks to the organizers of the 2020 Wyoming Snow & Avalanche Workshop, who granted permission for the contents of the talks to be reposted on dTAR.

2020 California Avalanche Workshop

Thanks to the organizers of the 2020 California Avalanche Workshop, who granted permission for the contents of the talks to be reposted on dTAR.

BCA releases new avalanche education videos

BCA has released two new avalanche education videos: “Getting the Goods Without Getting Buried” and “Human Factors in the Backcountry."

Seminar: Avalanches and Climate Change

A3 held a seminar on avalanches and climate change in January 2021. Check out a recording of the entire conversation here.

UAC Podcast Launches Season 4

The Utah Avalanche Center podcast just kicked off its fourth season (with more than 30 episodes and 250,000 downloads) by interviewing Sarah Carpenter.

Featured Image: Utah Avalanche Center forecaster Trent Meisenheimer works in the field. Photo courtesy UAC.