In the next 24: Outdoor program for kids; Hartford High School Alumni Band
Aug 20, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MLive.com
LUNCH AND LEARN SERIES HEADS TO PARK: Bring a lunch and read stories, sing songs and make arts and crafts during an 11 a.m. program Thursday at Millennium Park, 280 Romence Road, Portage.
Since: Mar 09
This is a great program. The marketing company I work for is doing a campaign for the Ad council and I read recently that they did a study which stated that kids spend 50% less time outdoors than they did 20 years ago.
The Forest Service is embarking on a campaign called "Where the Other You Lives" which is trying to get kids outdoors as well. They have a series of PSAs as well as a website designed to show the benefits of getting to know nature.
The website can be found here:
Since: Mar 09
The U.S. Forest service has updated their campaign "Where the Other You Lives". They now have a contest to reward kids who depict their experiences in nature.
The rewards for doing this will be north face gift cards for the children's families!
Check out the site here: http://youcastcorp.com/r/discovertheforestswe...
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