The official newsletter of Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers is Rocky Mountain Outdoors, published bi-monthly. It features several regular columns, articles submitted by the general membership, and of course the news of the organization. This includes the nitty gritty information on each year’s conference — before and after, member news, contest details and final winners, and more. Click on a link below to view that newsletter…
The last newsletter before conference is here. Who’s telling us what, and when — schedule and presenters. Particulars on where to find great fall colors around Ouray. Auction offerings. And more. Click here to download.
Read all about it! Reminders for Conference 2015 in Ouray, Colorado… Conference 2016 scheduled for early June in Bryce Canyon National Park… Conference 2014 photos highlighted in galleries around the country… Scholarship winner announced… Photo workshop wrap-up… plus the regulars: Jack’s Jaunts, Writer’s Corner, and President’s column… and more. Click to download.
Just out — the third edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors for 2015. Click to download. Read about the Jeep tour planned during the conference, an article from one of our newest members, Maryann Gaug’s newest book, and more.
Hot off the presses: the second issue of Rocky Mountain Outdoors for 2015 has arrived. Chock-full of tidbits and updates, you’ll find all our regular friends, plus 2015 contest info. Click here to download.
Kick off the new year with the the first 2015 issue of Rocky Mountain Outdoors. See one photographer’s favorite place, learn if you’re ready to move to ultrahigh definition photography, don’t forget your homework assignment, and check out new knives from Buck. Not forgetting a quick conference reminder. Click here to download. .
The final 2014 edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors is ready to download. Read about next year’s conference in Ouray, Colorado, including lodging options. The regulars are also here: a Jaunt into Valle Vidal in northern NM; why not to use those big words you love when writing; and the president’s way of dealing with the mounds of family photos from back before the advent of digital.