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Job Posting: JEDI Coalition Lead

PDF Title: Coalition Lead  Hours: 1 year, full-time, contract position   Reports to: Vice President  Location: Washington, D.C. area preferred, remote considered   About The Position: For the outdoor industry to thrive and remain relevant while also contributing to access and equity for a better outdoor industry, it must become more inclusive for  groups who have historically…Read More

ORR Celebrates Secretary Haaland’s Confirmation: Good for Outdoor Recreation, Access & the Economy

“ORR and the entire outdoor recreation industry are excited for Rep. Haaland’s game-changing and historic confirmation to be the next Secretary of the Interior,” said Lindsey Davis, acting executive director of Outdoor Recreation Roundtable. “Throughout her career Rep. Haaland has worked to improve and increase access to the outdoors for recreationists, and she understands how…Read More

Women Leaders in the Outdoor Industry Hold Media Call Discussing Rep. Haaland’s Nomination for Interior and ORR’s Priorities

On the eve of her first Senate confirmation hearing, Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR) women leaders held a media discussion regarding Representative Debra Haaland’s nomination to be Secretary of the Interior and what it means for the outdoor industry. Topics covered included ORR’s priorities for Interior including outdoor infrastructure, funding the recreational trails program, bolstering the…Read More

ORR Statement on Reversal of a Burdensome Secretarial Order for LWCF Program

“Today’s reversal of the previous administration’s secretarial order is welcome news! There are myriad shovel ready projects to connect popular trails and recreation areas that involve complex land access issues between federal, state and private lands. This reversal makes that process much more doable with all the federal land agencies, including the BLM. We look…Read More

ORR Sends Letter of Support for Regan for EPA Administrator

Outdoor Recreation Roundtable sent the following letter of support to the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works for the nomination of Michael Regan to be the next Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.  Read the full letter.Read More