Leave No Trace Blogs

Apr 23, 2008
Hello from New York. My name is Mark Weintraub and I’m a board member – and have been for almost three years. Though all the other board members make fun of me because I don’t exactly live in the backcountry — I still manage do my fair share of... Read More
Apr 22, 2008
It seems as though every day this month, someone around here has relayed an inspiring story about a person or organization doing something extraordinary with Leave No Trace. A recent example is out of Minnesota — SALT, partnership between Edina... Read More
Apr 21, 2008
Ever wanted to round out your Leave No Trace knowledge? Now you easily can with one or all of the 16 Skills and Ethics booklets in the series. Each is approx. 24 – 28 pages focusing on Leave No Trace principles and techniques for 1 of 9 specific... Read More
Apr 18, 2008
Have you recently found yourself on a hike, bike ride or camping trip wondering off into deep thought about getting more involved in the Leave No Trace Program? Are you a leader who is looking for more ways to give back to your community? Are you... Read More
Apr 17, 2008
Today is my last day interning at the Leave No Trace office, tomorrow I am starting a new job as an Outdoor Education Instructor with a Boulder outdoor adventure organization.  My internship really flew by!  I learned so many new things about Leave... Read More
Apr 16, 2008
This upcoming weekend, staff at the Center for Outdoor Ethics will be participating in several different events to promote Earth Day.   One such event that I'll be attending is the 2nd annual S. Platte River Clean Up presented by Down River... Read More
Apr 16, 2008
I work at Leave No Trace part-time and I am a full time graduate student at University of Colorado-Denver. Over the course of the past semester I have come to appreciate the spirit of cooperation between myself, my classmates, and professors. It is... Read More
Apr 10, 2008
Beautiful.   Really Beautiful. Not so Beautiful.   You don't have to think to hard about it to realize it hurts more than just the rock. Leave What You Find.   Photos: A 360 degree view inside Colorado National Monument... Read More
Apr 09, 2008
As Kurt mentioned on Monday, we're on the cusp of spring here in Boulder. While that certainly brings warmer weather to the Front Range, it also brings mud! Whether you're on foot or bike, it's always a good idea to consider alternatives to a... Read More
Apr 08, 2008
By Rick Crosson Vice President for Subaru of America and Chair of the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics' Board of Directors Think back to when you first saw something in nature that awed you. For me, no matter how many years go by (and it... Read More

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