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Bring the Entire Family to Enjoy a Day of FREE Interactive Hands-on Activities
Outdoor Discovery Family Day
May 11, 2013
will showcase the state’s vast number of fun activities for outdoor enthusiast of all ages. This event is designed to meet the needs of anyone interested
in outdoor lifestyle, regardless of age or experience.
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Attend “The Outdoor Discovery Program (formally known
as the Nebraska Outdoor Expo) at one of three regional locations. Nebraska's largest outdoor classroom will provide students
the opportunity to participate in numerous hands-on adventures!
Registration is required for School Days.
Click through photos from past events on ODP Flickr Gallery
2013 Dates and Locations
School Day Registration:
Registration will be available online.
A letter with registration instructions and opening date notification will
be sent to previous participants. Contact Julia Plugge if you have not attended
and would like to register. You are encouraged to register quickly as activities
will be based on first come, first serve basis.
ATTENTION TEACHERS - Request your login and password by
Plugge then Register
for the Outdoor Discovery Program.
Fort Kearny State Recreation Area – February 26
Platte River State Park – February 27
Scottsbluff – February 28
- Camping Recreation
- Aquatic Education
- Outdoor Cooking
- Safety in the Outdoors
- Nebraska History
- Wildlife Identification
- Natural Resource, Water & Soil Ed.
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For additional information contact: Julia
Plugge via email at email@example.com
Phone: (402) 471-6009
- Provide hands-on programs so all youth,
novice or experienced, have the opportunity to explore new
outdoor activities and recreational possibilities and learn new
- Enhance their knowledge and ethical understanding
of wildlife and the outdoor atmosphere.
- Encourage health and wellness to students
by promoting active outdoor lifestyles.
- Correlate activities with Nebraska State
Standards in the areas of science, math, history, reading
- Engage students in
fun interactive activities in the areas of wildlife/habitat management, natural resource
use, Nebraska History, shooting sports, hunting skills, aquatic knowledge
and fishing skills, and camping and recreation.