Who has hands on the wheel for decisions about America’s federal lands and waters, which hosted some 900 million recreation visits in 2017? These places are vital to an outdoor recreation industry that accounts for 2% of the nation’s economy.

The Outdoor Recreation Roundtable invites you to find out more about these decision-makers with a new resource – a wiki-style listing that includes biographical and contact information for leaders at the U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Our new resource will be a living document that will serve as a resource to help the outdoor recreation community connect the changing matrix of key decision-makers in Washington, D.C.

Just in the last ten days, we’ve added a new Acting Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks and lost the Deputy Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service who has “exercised the power of the Director,” seen important changes in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Management and Budget at Interior. We plan to update this information – and like with other wiki sites, your help is invited. Bookmark this site and return to see about changes.

To see the list, visit www.recreationroundtable.org/leaders.

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