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Grantee Spotlight: Jubilee Consortium

At NRF, we have the honor of working with many incredible community organizations doing important work across the U.S. One of these organizations is Jubilee Consortium, which is based in Los Angeles. One of the programs

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Mountaineer, Outdoor Recreation Leader and Advocate Tyrhee Moore Awarded NRF's 2021 Crawford Prize

“When you are a mountaineer, you’re not entitled to a summit, you’re not entitled to a peak. You understand the amount of work and effort that it takes. The journey itself is so much more important than the

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NRF & Tom's of Maine Team Up to Promote Equitable Access to Nature

One of NRF’s core values is health. We care about healthy people, healthy communities, and a healthy environment. That’s why we’re teaming up with a company that shares this focus. Tom’s of Maine creates

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Dr. Myron Floyd: Nature Matters for Black Lives

Dr. Myron Floyd is an NRF trustee, dean of the College of Natural Resources at North Carolina State University, and a member of The North Face Explore Fund Council, a group working towards increased access to outdoor

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NRF Welcomes Three New Trustees

In Spring 2020, the National Recreation Foundation (NRF) partnered with Koya Leadership Partners, a leading executive search firm that works exclusively with nonprofit clients, to launch a wide-ranging public search for

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Caitlin plants native rainforest trees alongside her students while working as an environmental educator in Far North Queensland, Australia.

Meet Caitlin Reilly, NRF’s New Hartsoe Fellow

Caitlin Reilly has joined our team as the newest National Recreation Foundation (NRF) Charles E. Hartsoe Fellow. Caitlin is a current M.S. student in the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management at North

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