Free Leave No Trace Lesson Plans and Information!

Outdoor educators are always looking for new and interactive ways to teach Leave No Trace. On the Leave No Trace website, educators can use the Concepts and Plans for Teaching Leave No Trace link. These links provide information on how to setup the lesson, facilitate the lesson, and the follow up discussion. These quick and easy lesson plans help educators to teach a different Leave No Trace concept.

Our Natural World

Plan Ahead and Prepare

Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces

Pack it in, Pack it Out

Leave What You Find

Minimize Use and Impact of Fire

Respect Wildlife

Be Considerate of Other Visitors

To find this on the Leave No trace website click the Learn tab in the top of the main www.lnt.org page. At the bottom right hand corner of the Learn page is a series of related training links. These links can be useful for a variety of groups and activities. They are all free and are on our website to promote Leave No Trace among different user groups. Check them out!

Leave No Trace Principles

Leave No Trace Principles Tri-fold Brochure

Wilderness Education Resources

Leave No Trace for the Appalachian Trail

Leave No Trace for the Outdoor Workplace — Information for Land Managers

Leave No Trace Information for Winter Recreation

Leave No Trace Information for Llama Packing

Leave No Trace Cell Phone Use Guidance

Leave No Trace Group Use Brochure

Guidelines for the Use, Alteration and Development of Leave No Trace Information

 

Thanks for reading and remember to be like Bigfoot and Leave No Trace!

Pat and TJ

 

Leave No Trace’s Patrick and Theresa Beezley are part of the 2013 Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Program that provides free, mobile education to communities across the country. Proud partners of this program include Subaru of America, Coleman, Hi-Cone, The North Face, REI, Smartwool and Yakima.