February 25, 2015
The same day President Obama designated three new national monuments, he unveiled the "Every Kid in a Park" initiative to connect children and their
families with the great outdoors. Fourth graders and their families from coast to coast will be granted free admission to our nation's national parks, and the National Park Foundation will award transportation grants to schools in need. "A walk in the woods
will change a child's life," says Jackie Ostfeld, director of the Sierra Club's Our Wild America campaign, "and President Obama understands that not all kids have the same opportunities to connect with nature."
Learn more about the "Every Kid in a Park" initiative.