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California contributes $92 billion in consumer spending on outdoor recreation each year, making it the state with the largest contribution to the outdoor industry’s national impact of $887 billion on the U.S. economy.

And it’s easy to understand why Californians and visitors to the Golden State love getting outside. From the highest peaks of the Sierra to the white sand beaches of the California coast, to everywhere in between, this state offers nearly every outdoor sport imaginable. Pair that with a thriving economy, liveable communities, and a large talent pool that includes everyone from mountain guides to CEOs in Silicon Valley, and it’s no surprise we’re the highest grossing state in the country when it comes to our outdoor recreation economy.

But in order to ensure that California’s active industries continue to thrive, we need to ensure our voice is heard at a legislative level so lawmakers and policy experts understand just how important this industry is to the future of our state.

That’s why we’ve already started lobbying and making our voice heard on several initiatives, bills, and policies in California.

December 13, 2021

Recap: Interior Secretary Deb Haaland Visit & Outdoors For All Roundtable

Last week, our membership coordinator, Lexie Gritlefeld, received an invite to attend an Outdoors For All Roundtable and Press Conference with U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, […]
September 2, 2021

2021 Outcomes: Equitable Access Policy, 30×30, & Beyond

2020 was a tough year for policy in California. Once California State Legislature leadership determined that bills passed must have a COVID-19 focus in the 2019-20 […]
August 30, 2019

Recap: Summit Sacramento

On August 19th, 120 representatives from California’s outdoor recreation industry and its supporting nonprofit partners convened at the state capitol for CORP’s largest and most impactful […]
June 5, 2019

Office of Outdoor Recreation Clears the Assembly

Via Assemblymember Laura Friedman: May 31, 2019 SACRAMENTO –  Yesterday, the legislature moved one step closer towards making California’s first Office of Outdoor Recreation a reality. […]
April 20, 2019

California’s Recreation Rallying Call

Via Outdoor Industry Association “California is the jewel,” says Matt Lyon, founder and president at HydraPak and board chair of the California Outdoor Recreation Partnership (CORP), a newly formed organization […]