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We are calling for rapid, systemic shifts in the culture and approach to public lands management and use that reflect the diversity and rapidly shifting demographics of our country, demonstrate respect for all cultures, and engage every segment of our population so that more become active users, owners, and supporters of public lands.Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllSaturday, January 20th, 2018 at 6:24am
Click here to confirm: "Resolved to take advantage of the many rare opportunities that fortune has smiled upon me [you]."
Have you seen James Edward Mills most recent post in his blog The Joy Trip Project? Mills, the author of "The Adventure...Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllSaturday, January 20th, 2018 at 4:52amNext 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllThursday, January 18th, 2018 at 11:25amNext 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllThursday, January 18th, 2018 at 3:53am
Dr. Joseph Drew Lanham an Ornithologist and professor of Wild Life Ecology at Clemson University. He is also the author of "The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair with Nature".
He recently delivered the closing keynote address at...One Hundred Miles Make sure to stay tuned to our conference website - OneHundredMiles.org/ChoosingToLead, where we'll post Dr. Lanham's must-see keynote address in the coming week. Prepare to be inspired!Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllTuesday, January 16th, 2018 at 4:06am
In observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day the U.S. National Park Service will have free admission today for nearly 500 U.S. National Parks.
Three parks are particularly relevant today:
1) The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical...Raven Productions, Inc Wonderful!Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllTuesday, January 16th, 2018 at 3:35am
Commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with service -- give back to your community by looking for service events near you.
Thanks to Corporation for National and Community Service for providing this easy to use resource.Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllSaturday, January 13th, 2018 at 7:27am
Bringing Diversity to the Outdoors:
Andres Esparza an educator at Teton Science Schools, a graduate of Western State Colorado University and a Wyoming ambassador at Latino Outdoors has his eyes set on 2050. He understands that most people in the U.S. are...Maricela Rosales Yes!!! So proud Andres EsparzaNext 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllSaturday, January 13th, 2018 at 7:13am
Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to civil rights and equal opportunity for ALL Americans.
On January 15, 2018, to honor Martin Luther King Jr. no refuge will charge an admission fee.
We encourage everyone to recognize and...Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllSaturday, January 13th, 2018 at 5:00am
One year ago today, the White House directed federal land management agencies to address diversity, equity, and inclusion in their organizations: https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2017/01/12/presidential-memorandum-promoting-diversity-and-inclusion-our-national. It provides guidance for land management agencies, but also practical tips for any org that values diversity and inclusion. Our OR...Next 100 Coalition: Public Lands for AllFriday, January 12th, 2018 at 11:18am
UC Berkeley alumnus Alfonso Orozco warns against the fee increases proposed by the current administration
"If Donald Trump and his secretary of interior, Ryan Zinke, get their way, millions of people will be shut out from that experience of wonder and...Jon Miller The difference between the poor and the wealthy is a $40 jump in price for a department that has been underfunded for years? Meanwhile ski resorts and Disneyland for example are charging upwards of $120+ per person, per day. Dinner for two is more than $40. A movie for a family of four is $60 without even buying the popcorn. To simply even be able to drive to a National Park from most other places in the country would require significantly more dollars just to get there! That’s not even to mention the overcrowding and traffic jams and human impact on the lands and the wildlife in National Parks. I’d say they should have been incrementally raising the entry fees with inflation over the years, and this wouldn’t even be a conversation. It costs a lot of money to take care of all these amazing places. Is it really not worth a little bit more money to make people appreciate what we have that much more? Also it’s not like there isn’t appx 440 million acres of OTHER public lands designations that can be visited for FREE! If people don’t want to pay an entry fee, go find some Forest Service or BLM lands to get outdoors!Korey Malmborg Buy a NP pass good for all year. $85Load MoreX
Saturday, January 20th, 2018 at 1:51am
Denverites & Outdoor Retailer attendees: You have three chances to see the @next100cltn during its #OutdoorRetailer debut! Stop by our Jan. 25 reception or Jan. 26 workshops to meet Coalition members & talk about the importance of diversity, equity, & inclusion in the outdoors. https://t.co/y1BiVzAH6iFriday, January 19th, 2018 at 3:41am
"Our family includes professionals, entrepreneurs, small business owners, workers and good plain people in different cities. We don’t only fill jobs no one else wants. We also hold and create coveted positions. We pay taxes. We vote." https://t.co/qc9KAOwDyiThursday, January 18th, 2018 at 8:28am
#Next100Coalition member Dr. Carolyn Finney was among 9 of the 12-member National Park System Advisory Board who resigned after @SecretaryZinke ignored their requests to discuss its work. Carolyn, we appreciate your emphasis on promoting a more diverse, inclusive culture. https://t.co/MVrwbVFWb1Thursday, January 18th, 2018 at 3:06am
@somethingindpnt's #OutdoorRetailer showcase -- Trade School -- is hosting @next100cltn morning workshop on inclusion and the outdoors on Jan. 26. More info here!: https://t.co/mvWUBaJSA3. Hope you can join us. https://t.co/J8ttvYlPxGTuesday, January 16th, 2018 at 1:21am
@NatlParkService will have free admission to most U.S. National Parks in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 3 relevant parks today:
1) MLK National Historical Park in GA
2) MLK Memorial in D.C.
3)The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail in AL