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RESTON, Va., June 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — To inspire Americans to camp green and get clean for the Earth, the National Wildlife Federation is partnering with Johnson Outdoors to launch this year’s Great American Campout. The Great American Campout encourages people to get outside and connect with nature in meaningful and responsible ways. The goal is to leave no trash, no trace, and to pick up litter to preserve the environment so that future generations can enjoy the outdoors for years to come.

Picking up litter at campsites, on trails and in surrounding areas is an easy way to camp responsibly. By taking up the Clean Earth Challenge, participants are part of a large-scale effort to clean up the planet! The challenge calls on tens of millions of individuals, families, students, teachers, conservationists and leaders to get out there and take simple conservation action to help improve the health of the planet by raising 1 million waste.

“Whether it’s stargazing from one of our iconic national parks or roasting s’mores over a fire in your backyard, the Great American Campout is the perfect way to spend safe quality time with family and friends, while learning about nature and wildlife,” Frank said. Keating, associate vice president of consumer marketing at the National Wildlife Federation. “The pandemic has shown how helpful it can be to disconnect and spend uninterrupted quality time outdoors with family, especially in these trying times. Through our partnership with Johnson Outdoors, we are empowering Americans to act as responsible stewards of the environment while creating lasting connections with nature.

Thousands of campers across the country pledge to enjoy nature and protect wildlife during the National Wildlife Federation’s 18th Annual Great American Campout™, which runs from June through October. The Great American Campout is a celebration of camping as a way to connect with nature and to emphasize that camping can take place in any season and in almost any location. And by leaving no waste or trace, participants help improve the health of the environment so that future generations can enjoy the outdoors for years to come.

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About the National Wildlife Federation
Founded in 1936, the National Wildlife Federation is America’s largest and most trusted grassroots conservation organization with 52 state and territory affiliates and more than six million members and supporters, including hunters, anglers, gardeners, bird watchers, hikers, campers, paddlers and outdoor enthusiasts. of all the scratches. The mission of the Federation is to unite all Americans in ensuring the prosperity of wildlife in our rapidly changing world through programs focused on wildlife conservation, habitat and waterway restoration, expanding outdoor opportunities, connecting children to nature, and tackling the causes and consequences of climate change.

About Johnson Outdoors
JOHNSON OUTDOORS is one of the world’s leading innovators of outdoor recreation equipment and technology that inspires more people to experience the admiration of the great outdoors. The company designs, manufactures and markets a portfolio of winning and consumer-favorite brands in four categories: water recreation, fishing, diving and camping. Johnson Outdoors’ iconic brands include: Old Town® canoes and kayaks; Ocean Kayak™; Carlisle® paddles; Minn Kota® fishing motors, batteries and anchors; Cannon® winches; Humminbird® Electronics and Marine Charts; SCUBAPRO® diving equipment; Jetboil® outdoor cooking systems; and Eureka!® camping and hiking gear. For more information visit:

Contact: Anna Vecchio, National Wildlife Federation, [email protected]202-797-6662

Contact: Allison Kitzerow, [email protected]262-631-6600

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