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Great Outdoors Month

Posted by Amanda Joest on

June is bustin’ out all over! Celebrate June by celebrating Great Outdoors Month.

What started off as Great Outdoors Week twenty years ago has since grown to span the entire month of June. The observance was created to encourage Americans to appreciate the natural world around them and to forgo screen time for getting in touch with nature and the outdoors.

Visit the official Great Outdoors Month site or Recreation.gov for activities and events in your area or ideas on how you can celebrate.

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