The Outdoor Network.At 40 pages per issue, The Outdoor Network is almost a magazine in newsletter clothing. The quarterly provides outdoor recreation and education professionals with news, opinions and feature articles. Its mission statement says the newsletter is "a forum for the advancement A gift of money or property made by a person while alive to his or her child or other legally recognized heir, the value of which the person intends to be deducted from the child's or heir's eventual share in the estate after the giver's death. and and longterm stability of our industry."
Features include a "People" section, "Media Watch," news briefs on manufacturers, news of various regional and national associations, "Web Sites We Like," letters to the editor, book reviews, and a calendar of events. Several detailed articles explore new products, the history of outdoor recreation, emergency action plans, university programs and adventure experiences.
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