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"Outdoorsmanship" is exactly right. It not only covers being outdoors, but also the skills and techniques of dealing with unique situations of being outdoors. For those that don't like this particular word, some alternatives that convey about the same thing are bushcraft, primitive skills, and outdoor survival skills and techniques. However, I agree that "...


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In the four years since I joined this site, at least three very active users closed their accounts, and other very active users have become much less active. Not surprising -- people have lives outside of TGO-SE and those lives become more demanding, for example, as careers develop. Other users have joined and become very active (e.g., the OP), and ...


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Fixed. Apologies! You're re-connected to the twitterverse.


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I don't think it's lacking inclusiveness. Merriam-Webster defines "outdoorsman" as one who spends much time in the outdoors or in outdoor activities , with no mention of gender. However, as this is a prescient issue, an option might be "outdoor enthusiasts". Edit to account for changes to the OP: I would suggest skipping "outdoorsmanship" and "excursions" ...


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The focus of this answer is different from my first, so I think it is better as a stand-alone answer. We have to be more tolerant of the defects of questions by newbies. The newbies of today are the Liams of tomorrow, both on this site and in the greater Great Outdoors. A snap reaction to this will be, I suspect: What, lower our standards? Never! ...


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I imagine a more polished version of something similar to the following (neither native English speaker nor very good with words here): For people who love being outdoors enjoying nature and wilderness, and for learning about the skills and preparations required for outdoorsy activities. And here comes such a more polished (and succinct) version, ...


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For people who love to be surrounded by nature.


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As @ab2 said, if there are good ideas as to topics to tackle and users with experience in that topic, that want to promote it, that's great. However in general I don't think we should worry too much about these statistics due to a lack of practical implications. There have been times when people were dreaming of graduation, but since the no-longer-recent ...


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I think it would be a great idea! I can't think of any downside, except of course the amount of work, and I have absolutely no technical ability to assist with that. It makes sense that you're looking for a consensus among the community before taking that step. In 2015, Cooking:SE Meta had a Community Promotion Ads campaign. Gardening:SE created an ad and ...


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I happen to like outdoorsmanship one who spends much time in the outdoors or in outdoor activities dictionary.com a person devoted to outdoor sports and recreational activities, as hiking, hunting, fishing, or camping To me adding the ship brings in outdoor skills and also outdoor equipment. It also brings in the karma as in sportsmanship. ...


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I think I would reword it as For people who love outdoor activities (including camping, hiking, and climbing), nature, and the wilderness. I put our sort of "big three" of topics in there but others might have different opinions on that. I think these are the sorts of things people will type into the search box when looking for a specific site. I don't ...


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