Outdoor Nation is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications from individuals between the ages of 18 and 28 who have innovative ideas for projects that will leverage the passion and power of young people to build support for public environmental education in California.
A signature program of The Outdoor Foundation and supported by a diverse coalition of public, private and not-for-profit partners, Outdoor Nation and its community of young ‘Outsiders’ are committed to…Continue
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The leaves are off the tree which means it's that singer/song writer time of year again. Time to pull out the old guitar and sing around the fire, unless of course, you live in DC (my residence) where the temperature is still in the sixties. My music recommendation this month is not for an album per se but for an artist. The Tallest Man on Earth or Kristian Matsson hails from the great north of Sweden. He is most often compared to Dylan, which is a title that many before him have donned but…Continue
When young people are substantially and actively involved in shaping the future, they are empowered to be the next generation of stewards of the natural world and they understand the importance of their role in preserving it. Learn how to involve youth in conservation of our natural resources through community planning, environmental education, service learning, outdoor recreation, restoration projects and more!
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As an original founding member of Outdoor Nation, Nitish Nag is no newbie to the outdoors, but what I learned from talking with him is that he knows how to keep things fresh and exciting, always striving to reach new goals and starting initiatives to keep people healthy and get them outside!
AH: How long have you been on the ON leadership team, how did you become a member of Outdoor Nation?…Continue
By Kate Wiltrout
© October 29, 2011
Fort Monroe will take its place among the nation's most revered places
on Tuesday, when President Barack Obama is expected to designate much
of the former Army base a national park.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar said in a phone interview
Saturday that Obama would use powers granted to him under the
Antiquities Act to preserve the Hampton waterfront fortress and…
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