Fourth Graders Float into OAK Week 2017

Seventy fourth graders from D.C. public schools were able to take Voyageur canoes along the Potomac River and learn about the watershed thanks to a special Canoemobile event in Washington, D.C. with OAK, Wilderness Inquiry, National Park Trust, The North Face, National Park Service, and the U.S. Forest Service kicking off OAK Week 2017.

Every Kid in a Park Youth Blog Series: Noam (Seattle Every Kid in a Park Collaborative)

EVERY KID IN A PARK: Youth Blog Series, Post #6 Interview with Noam, a former Every Kid in a Park pass user, and participant through the Seattle Every Kid in a Park Collaborative. Noam D.  is about to start 5th grade at Highland Park Elementary School in Seattle. He is originally from California where he [...]

EVERY KID IN A PARK: YOUTH BLOG SERIES POST #5 Nicole

Every Kid in a Park – Youth Blog Series, Post #5 Interview with Nicole, incoming 4th grader and Every Kid in a Park pass recipient Nicole is an incoming 4th grader at Harmony Hills Elementary School in Montgomery County, Maryland. Interviewer, Isabel Argoti, introduced Nicole and her family to the Every Kid in a Park [...]

RELEASE: The Every Kid in a Park Program Turns Three

For Immediate Release September 6, 2017 Contact: Jackie Ostfeld, 202-548-6584; contact@outdoorsallianceforkids.org   The Every Kid in a Park Program Turns Three 4th graders encouraged to get outdoors; legislation introduced to make program permanent Washington, D.C.--The third year of the Every Kid in a Park program kicks off this month with the launch of the 2017-18 [...]

EVERY KID IN A PARK – YOUTH BLOG SERIES: POST #2

Every Kid in a Park – Youth Blog Series, Post #2 Interview with Evie E. & Louise R., former Every Kid in a Park pass users Evie E. and Louise R. are both rising sixth-graders at Creative Minds International Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. They were both invited to speak at OAK’s Congressional Lunch Briefing [...]

RELEASE: Lawmakers introduce bipartisan legislation to get children outdoors

Washington, DC -- Today, members of congress on both sides of the aisle came together to help get our kids outdoors. The Every Kid Outdoors Act, introduced by Senators Martin Heinrich (D-NM) and Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Representatives Niki Tsongas (D-MA-03), Scott Tipton (R-CO-03), and Diana DeGette (D-CO-01), would encourage fourth graders and their families to visit America’s natural, cultural, and historical treasures.