Poll | Will you march for public lands?

Outdoor Industry Association is hosting the This Land is Our Land march for public lands on July 27 in Lake City. Will you be there?
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Photo: Carlo Nassise/Outdoor Retailer

Photo: Carlo Nassise/Outdoor Retailer

By now you've probably heard that Outdoor Industry Association is hosting a march for public lands in Salt Lake City, Utah on day 2 of Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. The march will start in the South Plaza of the Salt Palace Convention Center at 4:30 p.m. and will proceed along a designated route to the Utah State Capitol.

At the Capitol, industry leaders and experts will hold a 45-minute rally to raise issues that spark further public lands discussion and action. Speakers will include Utah tribal leaders, outdoor industry leaders, athletes, and policy makers.

Are you in or out?

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