Yesterday Reps. Bruce Westerman and Raul Grijalva introduced the Expanding Public Lands Outdoor Recreation Experiences (EXPLORE) Act, a House Outdoor Recreation package that includes legislation such as the Military Veterans in Parks Act.
Sierra Club’s Military Outdoors (SCMO) ensures military members, veterans, and their families enjoy the beauty of nature by supporting programs and policies that remove barriers preventing them from experiencing the great outdoors
SCMO Survey and Listening Sessions
Sierra Club Military Outdoors is organizing a series of listening sessions and an online survey for veterans across the country. The objective is to hear what veterans want and need when it comes to accessing the outdoors, and understand which barriers are preventing them from doing so.Take Survey Here
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Transportation, cost, experience and other barriers prevent many veterans from experiencing the full benefits of time spent in nature.
Sierra Club Military Outdoors is launching a listening session series in concert with an online survey to create an opportunity for veterans and active-duty servicemembers to share their needs and experiences, and to help shape future legislation…
After two years, Sierra Club Military Outdoors is transitioning leadership of the New York Outdoor Rx Coalition to the Sierra Club’s Atlantic Chapter.
Denver, COLORADO – Today, the White House announced its newest protected public land, the Camp Hale-Continental