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Tread Lightly! and its partners lead a national initiative to protect and enhance recreation access and opportunities by promoting outdoor ethics to heighten individuals’ sense of good stewardship. Tread Lightly!’s goal is to balance the needs of the people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain healthy ecosystems and thriving populations of fish and wildlife. The scope of our work includes both land and water, and is representative of nearly every form of outdoor recreation including, but not limited to hunting, recreational shooting, fishing and boating. We also have a niche in promoting safe and responsible use of motorized and mechanized vehicles in the outdoors.

This is a forum discussion of overlanding related topics and short overlanding style trips in the Ozark National Forest in Arkansas.

OutdoorX4 Magazine (pronounced outdoor by 4) is all about adventure whether in a 4×4 vehicle, on two-wheels or traveling by foot. OutdoorX4 appeals to the broadest range of outdoors enthusiast while providing expert advice in the field, suggestions on places to visit along with an expanded perspective on the history of the areas we travel, as well as dynamic photography and editorial that inspires. Additionally, OutdoorX4 is committed to promoting responsible adventure travel and outdoor recreation in an effort to guide all outdoors enthusiasts to choose the road less traveled. 

Tread Magazine, your automotive guide to adventure and outdoor lifestyle.

Overland Journal is a perfect-bound magazine printed on high-quality stock, published five times per year. From a premier-issue length of 96 pages, we have increased to the current 136 pages. Our 30% advertising content cap is well below the national average and ensures ample editorial space for in-depth coverage of equipment and vehicles, as well as full-length feature trip stories that span the globe. 

Proven Overland is an online magazine that is passionate about vehicle based adventures. We are striving to bring something unique to the world of 4WD and off-road magazines; a more clean and simple format. We are keeping the gear reviews and ads to a minimum, because isn't the best part of overlanding the stories behind it all? Proven will highlight the raw tales of real people exploring our world and getting out there- featuring the victories and challenges along the way.

Tom Severin is an International 4-Wheel Drive Trainers Association© certified professional 4WD Trainer and a Wilderness First Responder (WFR). He is a instructor for the United Four Wheel Drive Associations (UFWDA) and the California Association of 4WD Clubs. As a former Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer for the State of Pennsylvania, his duties included law enforcement activities, game stocking; public relations and speaking; hunter education; landowner relations; small animal complaints and highway-killed deer retrieval.

Expedition Portal is a community of adventure travelers, where the primary means of exploration is by 4wd and motorcycle. Founded in 2005 by Scott Brady, CEO of Overland International, Expedition Portal is operated by a team of experienced adventurers, our staff having completed expeditions on all seven continents. With the growing popularity of overland travel, Expedition Portal has expanded in membership and content to represent the single-largest repository of online overland resources on the web. This includes 3,000+ feature editorials, 100,000 community members and over 1.5 million forum posts. Most know us as ExPo.

Team Overland is a newly founded nonprofit organization, based in Southern Oregon, that uses outdoor adventures as an outlet to overcome challenges associated with combat related Post Traumatic Stress and to help facilitate veteran’s reintegration into civilian society. 


We impact veteran lives by helping members tackle personal challenges. We encourage members to positively manage their stress by providing healthy social environments and by planning activities that improve cognitive coping skills. We inspire our team members, and encourage veteran reintegration. Our approach assists in the rehabilitation process by providing members with positive reinforcement and the support of a like-minded community.

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