Created partnerships and secured support to unite the outdoor community from such diverse interests as: 

Trade Associations: National Ski Areas Association, Outdoor Industry Association, National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, America Outdoors Association (guides and outfitters), International Mountain Biking Association and American Trail Runners Association.

Corporations: America's Forests with Chuck Leveall, Backpackers Pantry, Jamba Juice, The Outdoors Experience, Outside Magazine, Patton Boggs LLP, Periscope Marketing, Rodgers, Corporation, Trans Rockies, Segway, SVC Tech, U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, Victorinox/Swiss Army

Choose Outdoors partnered with award winning journalist James Edward Mills on New Century Vision Quest. The fate of public land in the United States lies squarely in the hands of the American people. After more than a century of conscientious management by both public and private agencies the enduring legacy of environmental preservation will continue through the leadership of a new generation of stewards from a broad spectrum of social and cultural experiences. As the U.S. population grows to become more racially and ethnically diverse people of color will have a very prominent role to play in the protection of our wild and scenic places, the conservation of our natural resources and the mitigation of anthropogenic causes of climate change. In hopes engendering members of Congress to support a series of Presidential Memoranda meant to create an approach to public land management that includes the interests of all the American people, the Joy Trip Project, in partnership with Choose Outdoors, completed a storytelling mission to illustrate and share a vision of what the next 100 years might look like.
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Working with Rotary International Clubs in Colorado, Boy Scouts of America Choose Outdoors and Denver Public Schools' Career Education Center Choose Outdoors is developing unique opportunities for youth to experience the great outdoors through rock climbing, fishing, snowmobiling, camping, mountain biking, camping and a variety of other outdoor activities.

Choose Outdoors is concerned about the future of our forests as places to enjoy the great outdoors. We have joined forces with conservation and recreation groups and timber companies to increase support for US Forest Service mission of "Caring for the Land and Serving the People". Catastrophic wildfires and unprecedented massive insect infestations are destroying the places we love to recreate in and are in desperate need of adaptive management in these times of climate change and long term drought.

Synergy conferences to bring outdoor community leaders together in Washington, DC, Colorado, and Alaska to work on mutually beneficial policies, initiatives and strategic alliances.

Established Regional Recreation Coalitions to increase support for our mission in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Alaska and Utah.

Developed specific partnerships with the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies charged with management of outdoor recreation opportunities and landscapes.