Bringing the Classroom to Life at the Outdoor Expo
Why is the Expo important? Children who aren’t active in the outdoors by the age of 12, are less likely to be outdoor enthusiasts as adults. Too much TV, movies, and video games is leading the generations into unhealthy and un-active adults.
The very future of our Wisconsin outdoor legacy is at stake. Protecting our lakes, streams, woods and wildlife has been dependent upon the vigilance and active stewardship of generations going back to the first native tribes.
Therefore, it is our responsibility to mentor the next generation of anglers, hunters, campers and conservationists.
That’s why the Expo allows kids large and small, old and young to sample a little bit of everything that Wisconsin has to offer in the great outdoors.
More information at: http://www.wisexpo.com/