How to Join
Local residents and community organizations are invited to join our alliance.
Members pledge to support the Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights.
Everyone is welcome to collaborate and share programs and resources.
Local organizations such as schools, cities, scout troops, or religious groups can adopt the Children Outdoor Bill of Rights by linking, sharing, and adding Kish Kids Outside to their web and social pages.
We are inspired by the Children and Nature Network founded by non-fiction author Richard Louv.
First published in 2005, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder influenced a movement to reconnect children to nature.
The term nature-deficit disorder describes the impacts that isolation from the natural world has on children and society.
A collection of research and resources is available at childrenandnature.org.