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On September 11th, 2012, people from the US military, from organizations that serve wounded veterans, and from academia gathered to spend three days to attend a Returning Warriors Fall Workshop at 4H Camp Wabasso in Jefferson County New York, near Fort Drum. This 3 day workshop included interaction with outdoor and environmental education experts, scientists studying the value of nature contact and outdoor recreation for returning warriors, land managers, veterans, and managers of outdoor recreation programs for veterans. This report summarizes the activities and outcomes of the workshop.
Tidball, Keith G. (2013). Returning Warriors and Environmental Education Opportunities: Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Restoration for Veterans (Document number CEL002. Civic Ecology Lab White Paper Series (pp. 17). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.
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