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03/17/2011

America's Great Outdoors, Discussion Continues with Youth

 
Calling all youth--make your voice heard. Continue the conversation about the future of America’s Great Outdoors today at 2:00 EST with Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar. Join the discussion and submit your questions at Whitehouse.gov/live


Not sure what you want to ask? Think about what you think needs to change in your community. 

- Do you need more green space? 

- Do you think underserved kids in your community need more chances to get outdoors?

- What types of green jobs are you looking for?  What do you feel is a barrier to getting those jobs?

- What should we be doing to ensure that we can help our lands and wildlife become resilient to climate change?

- Are there important natural, cultural or historical places that you think need protections?

- How can the administration help connect Americans, especially youth, to the great outdoors?

 Video courtesy Department of the Interior

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