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Youth Programs

Looking to the future, BLM’s youth initiatives feature a variety of programs that engage, educate and inspire. Focusing on youth from early childhood through young adulthood, BLM youth programs build on the spark of childhood wonder about the natural world, sustain interest through hands-on education and volunteer experiences during the school-age years, and develop into long-term engagement and stewardship, as well as pursuit of natural resource careers.

Take it Outside: Established to help ensure that young people from all backgrounds have access to outdoor recreational opportunities on public lands while fostering future generations of public land stewards. Stressing health, family, fun, and stewardship, Take It Outside provides opportunities for young people to engage in outdoor recreation, non-formal education, and volunteer projects.

BLM Youth Initiatives: BLM youth programs build on the spark of childhood wonder about the natural world, sustain interest through hands-on education and volunteer experiences during the school-age years, and develop into long-term engagement and stewardship, as well as pursuit of natural resource careers.

Department of Interior Youth: Employs, educates and engages youth from all backgrounds in exploring, connecting with and preserving America's natural and cultural heritage.  

Youth GO!: Empower youth to be next generation of conservation leaders

Let's Move: Comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams.

Hands on the Land: National network of field classrooms and agency resources to connect students, teachers, families, and volunteers with public lands and waterways. 


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