Celebrate the outdoors and diversity with these awesome events coming up in September!

We're thrilled to welcome 9 new organizations and 1 individual members who have joined in July. Click the link to check out what they're doing!

We're thrilled to be joined by these new partners! We will be sharing more information soon about how to become a member of the California Outdoor Engagement Coalition.

United outside

As many of you may have heard, President Trump's recent Executive Order directed Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to conduct a review of 27 national monuments. Six monuments in California are under review: Berryessa Snow Mountain (2015), Carrizo Plain (2001), Giant Sequoia (2000), Mojave Trails (2016), Sand to Snow (2016), and San Gabriel Mountains (2014).

We're thrilled to welcome 3 new organizations have joined in June. Click the link to check out what they're doing!

In collaboration with the National Park ServiceRosie the Riveter Trust and West Contra Costa Unified School District, the California Outdoor Engagement Coalition brought Richmond 4th grade students, supported by UC Berkeley student interns, to Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historic Park (RORI) for the second successful year in a row!

Check out these awesome events for the month of May!

There's a really fantastic program called Explore The Coast run by my favorite state agency, the California Coastal Conservancy. The CA Assembly Committee that has oversight on this grant funding is going to vote to reduce or eliminate this grant program. I don't think this is a good idea, and I'm hoping that you agree with me. They're going to discuss this at a meeting on Wednesday, May 10 at 9:30am. And that's where you come in!