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Join the Sierra Club in a National Day of Outdoor Service on Saturday, September 11, 2010. The Sierra Club welcomes all to join in and restore community watersheds, clean up national parks, weatherize buildings, and everything in between.
The White House's Office of the Press Secretary released the following Presidential Proclamation from Barack Obama on August 31, 2010, marking September as National Wilderness Month.
On Saturday, June 26, thousands of people across the nation will gather in their backyards, neighborhoods, communities and parks to take part in the Great American Backyard Campout, a one-night event that will provide an experience for all generations to connect with nature.
All national parks, national wildlife refuges, and many areas managed by the Bureau of Land Management will offer free admission on June 5-6, August 14-15, September 25 (Public Lands Day), and November 11 (Veterans Day).
Held annually since 1938, National Wildlife Week is the National Wildlife Federation's longest-running education program. This year's celebration includes outdoor activities, games, and environmental service projects for kids of all ages.
The American Hiking Society kicks off its volunteer vacation season with a trip to the Ocala National Forest. Trips continue through November. Join AHS for a week of building and maintaining trails in exciting and diverse locations across the country.
Aiming to top last year’s 4,150 participants and more than $200K contributed to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, the Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer Snowshoe Series has seven events planned in North America for 2010.
To honor America’s service men and women, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that areas managed by the department will not charge entrance fees on Wednesday, November 11, 2009.
130,000 Americans will grab shovels, pruning sheers and gloves to help improve the nation’s public lands on September 26 as part of National Public Lands Day, an annual event held at over 2,000 sites across the country.