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Outdoor adventures

A curriculum that helps kids discover a love of the great outdoors.

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Our mission

To teach outdoor education and to promote and fund conservation of wildlife worldwide

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The Outdoor Adventures curriculum is not your traditional PE course

 

Instead of teaching PE with balls and rackets, we use rods and reels, and bows and arrows. The Outdoor Adventures course is designed to change young people’s lives forever by teaching them a myriad of outdoor recreation skills, as well as the principles of wildlife conservation.

Outdoor Adventures (OA) is a fun and exciting physical education course, elective, or agricultural science class. Students are taught lifelong skills through an accredited curriculum that integrates outdoor recreation and conservation with science, math, writing, critical thinking skills, and computer technology.

The OA Curriculum

Outdoor activities
Wildlife Conservation
Survival skills
Taught by your teachers!

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Teacher Resources

Teacher training
instructional materials
Equipment
Online Resources

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Support Opportunities

Lifetime memberships
Donations
Partnerships
Annual events

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OTF IS generously supported by

OTF in the News

Common Ground with Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation

In 2021, the Foundation’s Board of Directors chose ten organizations that promote conservation, encourage youth and veteran participation in outdoor sports, and work to improve diversity and inclusion in the outdoors. The recipients received over $600,000 in grant funding. Now, we’re doing a deep dive into the organization so our employees and external stakeholders can learn more about…

ADVANCE FINANCIAL FOUNDATION COMMITS $10K FOR OUTDOORS TOMORROW FOUNDATION’S OUTDOOR ADVENTURES PROGRAM IN NASHVILLE SCHOOLS

Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, the leading provider of outdoor skill, safety and conservation curriculum to schools nationwide, will receive $10,000 from Advance Financial Foundation to implement OTF’s Outdoor Adventures program in middle and high schools in Nashville. This is the Foundation’s second $10,000 gift in support of the OA program in Nashville. The first gift helped…

Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Hits Milestone

DALLAS – Oct. 27, 2022 – Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, the leading provider of in-school outdoor education, has hit a new milestone with its Outdoor Adventures program now in 1,000 kindergarten, middle, and high schools across the country. OTF’s Outdoor Adventures program is a fun, interactive course where students are taught lifelong skills using an integrated 34-unit…

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Outdoors Tomorrow proudly recognizes Kim Potts & Danny Yarbrough, Outdoor Adventures Specialists, who were recently inducted into the Texas Archery Hall of Fame! They were honored for their efforts in getting kids connected to the outdoors! #wegetkidsoutside #outdooradventures ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy National Loving Day! ❤️ Celebrate love in all its forms by spending time outdoors with your loved ones. Whether it's a hike, a picnic, or a canoe ride, make memories together in nature. HomeHome#NationalLovingDay #lovetheoutdoors #outdooradventures ... See MoreSee Less
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Parks are your low-cost summer solution to get kids off screens and active in the outdoors. Children 12 and under get in free, and all parks have events for children, including special events for arts and crafts and wildlife viewing.HomeHomeSee the link for more info! tpwd.texas.gov/calendar/kids-corner?utm_campaign=getaways&utm_medium=email&utm_source=june2024HomeHome#getoutside #texasstateparks #otf ... See MoreSee Less
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