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Help wanted: Boating executives to craft national outdoors policy

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The U.S. Department of the Interior wants nominations for individuals to serve on the Made in America Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee. The NMMA made the announcement in its daily Currents e-newsletter, noting that the deadline is Nov. 21. Interested individuals can get more information here.

NMMA encourages stakeholders to apply. The committee provides advice to the Secretary of the Interior on the public-private partnerships across all public lands, with the goal of expanding access to and improving infrastructure on public lands and waterways.

Bill Yeargin, CEO of Correct Craft, and Johnny Morris, founder and chairman of Bass Pro Shops, are currently on the committee.

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