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the Children and Nature Movement
Regions, Campaigns and Contact information

Arizona, Phoenix
[+] Contact: Jeff Williamson, CEO/President, Phoenix Zoo

British Columbia (Canada)
Nature Child Reunion
[+] Contact: Bob Peart, The Kesho Trust

San Francisco Peninsula/South Bay Area
Leave No Child Inside
[+] Contact: Mary Roscoe, Hooked on Nature

No Child Left Inside
[+] Contact: Diane Chisnall Joy, No Child Left Inside Coordinator

[+] Contact: Kathy Baughman McLeod, Public Finance~Public Policy~Public Affairs

Illinois, Chicago Wilderness Region
Leave No Child Inside: Explore Chicago Wilderness.
Region encompasses southeastern Wisconsin, northeastern Illinois, northern Indiana and part of southwestern Michigan.
[+] Contact: Michelle Uting, Chicago Wilderness’ Membership Outreach Manager

Maryland, Baltimore
Leave No Child Inside
[+] Contact: Mary Hardcastle, Hooked On Nature

Michigan, Southwest and Kalamazoo
Leave No Child Inside
[+] Contact: Jen Wright, the Kalamazoo Nature Center

[+] Contact: Mary Vidas, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Manager, Public Policy Programs

Nebraska, Lincoln
Healthy Families Play Outside
[+] Contact: Brooke Levey, University of Nebraska Lincoln

New Mexico
No Child Left Inside: New Mexico's Outdoor Education Initiative
[+] Contact: Dave Simon, Director of New Mexico State Parks
[+] Contact: Carol Schrader, Chair of the Clearinghouse Task Force or outreach staff for River Source
[+] Contact: Christy Tafoya, Education Program Manager, NM State Parks
[+] Contact: Eileen Everett, Education Manager, Audubon NM

New York State
Leave No Child Inside
[+] Contact: Laurel Remus, Department of Environmental Conservation

Ohio, Greater Cincinnati
Leave No Child Inside
[+] Contact: Betsy Townsend, Leave No Child Inside - Greater Cincinnati

Texas, Austin
Children and Nature Working Group
[+] Contact: Molly Stevens, Westcave Preserve

[+] Contact: Nancy Herron, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department