AMC's Vice President Walter Graff was part of a panel discussion in Concord, NH on Monday, moderated by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. The session was one in a series of America's Great Outdoors listening sessions designed as input into recommendations to be sent to President Obama on ways to reconnect Americans to nature and enhance conservation efforts. According to Graff, a top priority is finding ways to get kids outdoors. "It's a generation that we're losing right now," said Graff. "That generation is the conservationists of the future."
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To learn more about AMC's efforts in the America's Great Outdoors Initiative, and how you can get involved, see:http://www.outdoors.org/conservation/americas-great-outdoors.cfm
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