Stacy Bare is a husband, father, skier, rafter, and climber and a veteran of the Iraq war. He also worked in land mine clearance with The HALO Trust in Angola and Abkhazia. He co-founded the Great Outdoors Lab (GO Lab) in 2014 to put scientifically defensible data behind the idea of time outside as healthcare in partnership with Dr. Dacher Keltner at the Greater Good Science Center at UC-Berkeley. Stacy is a 2014 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. Through his project, Adventure Not War, he has put up new climbing routes in partnership with Alex Honnold in Angola, was part of a team of three veterans who completed a first ski descent of Mt. Halgurd in Iraq and led a ski and film expedition to Afghanistan last winter. Alongside his work running Bare, LLC, a consulting firm helping organizations that are focused on connecting people and communities to nature for improved health and wellness, he is an award-winning film producer. He is at home in Sandy, UT with his partner and young daughter.