Teach the next generation of hunters and shooters and expand current participation.
How do tens of thousands of kids earn hunter education certificates, gain understanding of wildlife conservation, and learn many other outdoor skills, as well as go on to compete in shooting sports, archery, and fishing?
They are in an Outdoor Adventures (OA) class which is a program proudly supported by the International Order of T. Roosevelt!
Developed by the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation (OTF) in 2010, Outdoor Adventures is the country’s premier in-school outdoor education curriculum. A half million students have completed the program since its inception. Now offered in more than 1,000 public and private school across 47 states, the
curriculum is impacting the lives of 100,000+ students every year.
Outdoor Adventures is comprised of 35+ units including the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, hunter education, boating education, survival skills, camping, outdoor cooking, paddle sports, first aid, and much more.
Outdoor Adventures is taught in elementary, middle, and high schools and is proven to improve the academic performance, social and emotional learning, and overall engagement of students. The skills and knowledge kids gain in OA may be enjoyed and passed on to others for the rest of their lives.
With more than 130,000 public and private elementary and secondary schools in the United States, the growth potential of Outdoor Adventures is virtually unlimited, and the need to connect kids with the outdoors only increases.
The International Order of T. Roosevelt proudly supports this program that is creating the next generation of hunters, anglers, conservationists, outdoor recreationists, and outdoor industry professionals.