Major Publisher Joins Clean Drain Dry Initiative
Brooklyn Center, MN – Outdoor News, Inc., the upper Midwest leading outdoor publication, recently joined the fight against invasive species by partnering with Wildlife Forever’s Clean Drain Dry Initiative to help stop the spread. Committing to print, online and editorial support to educate readers of how important and easy invasive species prevention can be.
“Invasive species not only directly impact our readers but also our advertisers who rely on healthy resources for tourism and outdoor recreation. Working with the Clean Drain Dry Initiative is a small commitment but big investment in our natural resources,” said Rob Drieslein, President of Outdoor News.
Printed public service ads, editorials, website links and radio public service announcements throughout the seven states (MN, WI, MI, IL, OH, PA, NY) of the Great Lakes region, will feature a prominent message of Clean Drain Dry to remind and reinforce actions needed to help protect against invasive species.
The Clean Drain Dry Initiative works to consolidate invasive species messaging by strategically focusing content, marketing and communications on best management practices. To sponsor or join the Clean Drain Dry Initiative, contact: Pat Conzemius: PConzemius@WildlifeForever.org
For more information visit: www.CleanDrainDry.org
About Outdoor News, Inc.: Outdoor News provides in-depth coverage of hunting and shooting sports, fishing, archery, conservation and other natural resource issues in seven Great Lake states including Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. www.outdoornews.com or call (800) 535-5191.
About Wildlife Forever: Wildlife Forever’s mission is to conserve America's wildlife heritage through conservation education, preservation of habitat and management of fish and wildlife. For over 27 years, WF members have helped to conduct thousands of fish, game and habitat conservation projects across the country. To join or learn more about WF’s award-winning programs, including work to engage America’s