• JJ McGinnis

High-schoolers: Get involved in your local outdoor club

Column: High-schoolers: Get involved in your local outdoor club” by Khale Century Reno. WWA’s executive director writes about our high school Outdoor Club, which teams up with local teachers to offer a program focused on environmental education, stewardship and recreation. Reno explains the importance of providing youth with low-cost recreational opportunities and connecting them to the outdoors. By doing so, students not only gain leadership and communications skills, but learn to value and protect the environment in their backyard. https://www.thesheridanpress.com/outdoors/column-high-schoolers-get-involved-in-your-local-outdoor-club/article_98eb41dc-1a51-11eb-b4a2-ab3da8aa976e.html

https://www.jhnewsandguide.com/scene/events/high-schoolers-lead-conservation-effort-in-their-own-backyard/article_c32aebcd-502e-5c62-92bf-a2b4855d74ae.html

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