The Leave No Trace Teaching Activity Guide - 72 pages, is a great resource for those who wish to teach others about leave No Trace but have little to no experience or training in Leave No Trace themselves. The Guide provides good background information on the seven Leave No Trace Principles along with time-tested activities designed to intorduce the concept to new audiences.
When it was originally published in 1979, Backwoods Ethics was a prophetic call to reevaluate the impact of outdoor receration on thw ilderness. It was enthusiastically received by environmentalists and wilderness managers; now, more than twenty years later, its warnings and advice are more relevant than ever. With wisdom and gentle humor, Laura and Guy Waternam present a stringent ethicof low-impact hiking, camping, cooking, and alpine management.
The Packer's Field Manual, By Bob Hoverson (192 pages). Covering complete background, techniques and step by step instructions for packing with the Decker Pack Saddle, as well as Equipment, Techniques and Best Practices for leaving only tracks.
NOLS Wilderness Ethics; Valuing and Managing Wild Places (242 pages). Fully revised providing a fascinating history of the wilderness movement in America, including a review of legislation and Agency structures that define wildlands management today.
Without some management, the world's wilderness cannot survive the number of people who seek to enjoy it. But with too much management, or with the wrong kind, we will destroy the spiritual component of wilderness in our zeal to preserve its physical side. In Wilderness Ethics, Laura and Guy Waterman look beyond the ecology of the backcountry to the factors that make it "wild."