Connecting youth from underserved communities to nature through photography
Parks in Focus provides opportunities for middle school youth from underserved communities
to explore and learn about nature through photography, outdoor education, and creative
Through partnerships with national parks, youth-serving and educational organizations,
Parks in Focus encourages kids to get outdoors, explore their environment, be active,
and express themselves through photography, writing, and art.
Thanks to generous support from our donors, Parks in
Focus is free to participants and their families.
My name is Rheannah. I am 14 years old and have been in Parks in Focus for 3 years.
It is a lot of fun. I have enjoyed every trip that I have been on. Every year I
have been in Parks in Focus I have learned a lot of new things.