Improving Access for Recreation
Outdoor Alliance works to improve access for outdoor recreation through improved legislation, increased funding, and better collaboration with agencies. Click on any of the issues below to learn more.
Recreation Not Red-Tape
Recreation Not Red-Tape helps facilitate and improve access to public lands and waters through commonsense updates to agency missions and land managers' priorities. Mostly importantly, it will help Congress identify and designate new National Recreation Areas, protecting more places for their recreational values.
Land And Water conservation fund
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) directs a portion of royalties derived from off-shore oil and gas leasing to fund recreation and conservation projects across the country. This essential program—which has funded recreation and conservation projects for more than 50 years—expired in September 2018.
National park service legacy act
This bill establishes the National Park Service Legacy Restoration Fund to address the National Park Service’s nearly $12 billion maintenance backlog and requires specified amounts of federal mineral revenues that are not otherwise credited, covered, or deposited pursuant to federal law to be deposited into this fund each fiscal year through 2047.