FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, April 26, 2018 Contact: Brenna Muller, 202-548-4581, firstname.lastname@example.org National Park Trust, Wilderness Inquiry join leadership of the Outdoors Alliance for Kids Washington, DC– The Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) announced the addition of Grace Lee of National Park Trust and Meg Krueger of Wilderness Inquiry to OAK’s steering committee. The additionContinue reading “RELEASE: National Park Trust, Wilderness Inquiry join leadership of the Outdoors Alliance for Kids”
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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.
Representative McCollum to join kids on the Potomac River
**MEDIA ADVISORY** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, October 20, 2017 Contact: Grace Lee, 301-706-3407, email@example.com Joe Spring, 612-676-9422, firstname.lastname@example.org Brenna Muller, 202-630-1864, email@example.com Representative McCollum to join kids on the Potomac River DC 4th graders receive their Every Kid in a Park passes [Washington, D.C.] – 70 fourth graders from DC public schools will be gettingContinue reading “Representative McCollum to join kids on the Potomac River”
The Refraction Effect – NOLS Shines Light on Leaders of Color
OAK member guest blog by National Outdoor Leadership School A typical National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) course involves a team of instructors taking a group of students 14 and older into the backcountry and teaching them outdoor skills, leadership, and environmental ethics. We’ve been doing this for nearly 50 years, and can write reams aboutContinue reading “The Refraction Effect – NOLS Shines Light on Leaders of Color”