2014 Keystone Active Zone Passport Program:
April 26th - September 30th, 2014.

If you want to download a 2014 passport, with our 2014 questions, click here 

KAZ 2014 is ending!  Participants have until end of Oct. 5th (Sunday) to log final stops.

Drawing for prizes Friday Oct. 10th, after final earned awards are mailed out.  

Hope to see you next year!

*** KAZ Stop #19, the George and Lillian Picton Wildlife Sanctuary, has been reopened!


The KAZ Passport for Luzerne County is a FREE program that anyone, of any age or ability, can use to get outside and active at close-to-home parks, trails and free outdoor events over the spring and summer seasons. Participation is EASY and FUN.
 
Just follow these steps:
Register to participate on this website ...Register to participate on this website by clicking on the registration button above. Download your passport if you don't have a copy. Now you can begin the fun!
If you do not have Internet access you can use the computers at your local library.

Visit as many Passport Stops as you wish ...Visit as many Passport Stops as you wish from April 20th thru September 30th, 2013. The more stops you visit and log, the greater your chances of earning awards and winning prizes.

ind the answer to each stop's scavenger hunt question found on your KAZ Passport ...Find the answer to each stop's scavenger hunt question found on your KAZ Passport. The answers will be found on bulletin boards, trail signs, at the events, walks or hikes or just thru observation - each stop is different.

rack your progress, log you answers, earn awards and increase your chances to win prizes ...Track your progress, log your answers, earn awards and increase your chances to win prizes. To answer your questions, log back into your account for your Personal Passport Log. For each 5 stops you visit you will earn awards and receive more chances to win great prizes at the end of the program.
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The KAZ Passport program is funded in part by a grant from the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources,
Bureau of Recreation and Conservation Growing Greener Environmental Stewardship Fund under the Pocono Forest and Waters Conservation Landscape.