Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus Formed

Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus formed to foster healthy, active lifestyles
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Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus Established

Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) and Sen. James Risch (R-ID) have joined forces to create the Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus. The caucus is a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators formed to encourage healthy, active lifestyles and foster an appreciation of America's lands and waters through the promotion of outdoor activities. With a focus on our nation's families and youth, the caucus will promote practices and policies that connect Americans with outdoor activities, our outdoor heritage, public and private lands and waters.

“Throughout their careers Sens. Risch and Udall have been support of and active in outdoor recreation. The caucus is a key step and we appreciate their leadership,” said Bruce Ward, President, Choose Outdoors, Inc.

Recruiting Senate Members

Sens. Risch and Udall are currently contacting their colleagues to join the caucus. You can support outdoor recreation by encouraging all members of the Senate to join. To contact members of the Senate visit:
www.usa.gov
click on “Contact Elected Officials” and select U.S. Senators

Send a simple e-mail asking the senator to join the Senate Outdoor Recreation Caucus.
Include your contact information.

For more information :

Bruce Ward Craig Mackey
President Vice President
Choose Outdoors, Inc. Choose Outdoors, Inc.
bruceward1@gmail.com cwmackey@aol.com

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