Encouraging Families to Trade Screen Time for the Outdoors

Veteran outfitter, O.A.R.S., is inviting families across the country to turn off their devices and tune into nature together for at least four days this summer as part of the company’s new #100HoursUnplugged challenge.

Multiple studies show that America’s youth now log more than 7.5 hours of screen time per day. By comparison, kids are logging just minutes of time outside—unplugged—per day on average.

This is an excerpt from an article first published by Adventure Travel News. Read the original article here: O.A.R.S. Launches #100HOURSUNPLUGGED

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