Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Announces National Expansion | Bass Angler Magazine

Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Announces National Expansion | Bass Angler Magazine

Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Announced Their National Expansion Into All 50 States During Annual Benefit Concert with Special Guest, Randy Rogers

DALLAS, TEXAS – April 29, 2024 – Outdoor Adventures (OA), the premier outdoor education curriculum developed and implemented by the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation (OTF)) has expanded into all 50 states and more than 1,400 schools in the US and Canada. The curriculum launched in 2010 and has since gained traction nationwide.

The announcement was made at the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation’s annual benefit concert on April 25, 2024 with special guest Randy Rogers. This annual concert raises funds for the Outdoor Adventures classes and celebrates the efforts of the Foundation. OTF has plans to continue this expansion worldwide as the demand for the curriculum continues to increase. 

“Now kids in all 50 states, as well as our first school in Canada, are experiencing the thrill of releasing their first arrow, catching their first fish, and learning about wildlife conservation because of their Outdoor Adventures class.  We are inspired by achieving this milestone and it motivates us to continue working with our partners in conservation, the outdoor industry, and physical education to bring more children into the outdoors.”

Outdoor Adventures often provides a niche for those students not involved in other extracurricular activities. Kids learn both practical skills they will use their whole life, as well as gain an understanding of wildlife conservation.

Outdoor Adventures is a fun, interactive course where students are taught lifelong skills using an integrated, 40-unit curriculum comprising math, science, writing and critical thinking skills. The 400+ lessons cover lifelong skills including angler education, archery, hunter education, boater education, orienteering, survival skills, camping, outdoor cooking, challenge courses, backpacking, mountain bike camping, paddle sports, rock climbing, shooting sports, CPR/first aid and fauna, flora and wilderness medicine. OA teachers can pick units specific to their region and local ecosystems.

About Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation 

The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation is a public nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in the Dallas, Texas area. OTF’s Outdoor Adventures K-12 curriculum may be taught in any public or private school, and is most often taught as a PE course. More than 22.5 million classroom hours of outdoor education have been taught since the program started. 

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