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Creating tool kits & guides for successful land usage: We all love to enjoy the outdoors, but it's important to recognize all the different ways public lands can be used & appreciated. Guides like this help recognize special use areas and what you need to utilize them best.
Developing initiatives to “green” the AORE Annual Conference: It's all about practicing what we preach. We select future conference venues based on their environmental stewardship activities. Read our aspiration green conference guidelines here. >> Join or login to learn more.
Developing resources to help members “green” their programs: Sure, we recycle and some of us compost, but what else can we do do conserve natural resources at our program headquarters and in the field? >> Join or login to learn more.
Assisting the AORE Board of Directors in developing AORE policy positions on public policy issues relating to the environment and environmental stewardship: There are some issues that cannot be ignored. AORE advocates on environmentally-related public policy issues that affect the operations of AORE member programs and other similarly situated recreation and education programs. >> Join or login to learn more.
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