Join the Celebration!
Let's G.O.! 2014 Kicks Off Year-Round Pledge Campaign
The spirit of Let’s G.O.! (Get Outside) is to celebrate the energy and commitment we share to integrate nature into our daily lives--and to share that commitment with our children, families, friends and colleagues. That's why this year we are launching "The Let's G.O.! Pledge" to provide a way for each of us to publicly express our commitment to connect ourselves, our families and our communities to nature--all year long.
The year-round pledge campaign will kick off on April 1st 2014.
You take the Pledge. We provide resources and inspiration.
We've simplified. Are you an individual, family or organization that's planning an event to connect people to nature? We'd love to hear your plans. This year, there is no need to register your event -- the Let's G.O.! pledge is your registration!
Let's G.O.! (Get Outside) is a youth-inspired, youth led Children & Nature initiative to rally people of all ages to Play, Serve and Celebrate. We're encouraging intergenerational groups of people to get outside, be active, have fun and connect with nature. Families, teachers, students, mentors, grandparents and grand friends - especially children and youth - are invited to participate.
Ready. Set. Let's G.O.!
View the slideshow to see what others have done to get outside with friends and family.
Let's G.O.! is Inspired by C&NN's Natural Leaders Network:
Let's G.O.! Partners and Sponsors:
Made Possible in Part with Funding from:
NOTE: The role of the Children & Nature Network (C&NN) is to help build the children and nature movement, and to help youth and others learn about ways to get outside and connect to nature. Let's G.O.! (Get Outside) is an approach we wish to encourage. However, such events are organized independently and C&NN is not responsible for the actions of specific Natural Leaders or local Natural Leaders Networks. At any time, when youth are outside on their own, or with families and friends, everyone should take safety precautions and be mindful of risks.
— Bill Schneider, NewWest.Net
— Washington Post
— Orion magazine