summer

Schools Use Summer Break As A Time For Intensive Sustainability Courses

We’re well into June, and — for the vast majority of college students and professors — that wonderful time known as “summer break.” However, for an increasing number of students …

Make The Most Of Your Summer By Participating in One of Outdoor Nation’s Summer Summits!

This summer, Outdoor Nation will host multiple 3-day regional youth summits and is looking for talented and passionate youth leaders from the millennial generation to take part as delegates. The …

To Do: Get Outside This Summer!

  |   May 24, 2011

From Capture the Flag to Bug Bingo, these printable activity sheets will inspire outdoor play.

3 Fun Games for an Outdoor Summer Party

Don’t opt for another expensive indoor party. Throw an outdoor birthday bash!

Summertime First Aid: Heat-Related Illnesses

Tips to beat the heat and keep your cool

Summertime First Aid: Poison Plants

Defend your family from the “itchy plants” — poison ivy, poison sumac, and poison oak

Beach Activities for Kids of All Ages

Beyond sandcastles: Tips to get more from your time at the shore

Sweeten this weekend’s Great American Backyard Campout with Hershey’s

This year, HERSHEY’S sweetens the Great American Backyard Campout on Saturday, June 26th by partnering with NWF to promote the event. Together, we are encouraging kids and adults to enjoy the outdoors while sleeping under the stars.

Summer of Solutions

As summer heats up students across the country are not slowing down. Once again, this summer, hundreds of youth activists are creating “solutions” in their communities as a part of …

One NWFer’s Vintage Great American Backyard Campout

  |   June 3, 2010

Karoline Hurd is NWF’s Senior Events Manager. She’ll be camping on June 26 at our headquarters’ Great American Backyard Campout event in a Virginia park.

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