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.
Guest Blog by Brenna Muller, OAK Program Manager November 22, 2016 Last week, members of the Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) came together for our annual gathering in Washington, D.C. to ensure kids across America can experience our national parks and public lands. As part of the week’s events, members of OAK joined the National [...]
For Immediate Release November 15, 2016 Contact: Jackie Ostfeld, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-548-6584 Outdoors Alliance for Kids Announces Inaugural OAK Leaf Awards REI, The North Face, National Park Trust, Children & Nature Network and National League of Cities honored for collaborative approach to getting kids outdoors Washington, DC - Today, the Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) announced [...]
**MEDIA ADVISORY** November 16, 2016 Contact: Grace Lee, 301-706-3407, email@example.com ; Brenna Muller, 202-630-1864, firstname.lastname@example.org Fourth Graders, Outdoors Alliance for Kids connect kids with nature Every Kid in a Park Youth Event in Anacostia Park [Washington, D.C.] - Partners of the Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) are coming together to ensure kids across America can experience our [...]