Enjoying the Outdoors Responsibly – Family Hands-On Activity Day with WisCorps & Leave No Trace
Enjoying the Outdoors Responsibly - Family Hands-On Activity Day with WisCorps & Leave No Trace
Date: Saturday, September 18
Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Where: Myrick Park Center, 789 Myrick Park Drive, La Crosse WI
Join WisCorps and Leave No Trace for a morning filled with fun and learning! Together we'll explore how we can minimize our impacts, protect nature all around us, and enjoy outdoor spaces responsibly. We’ll discuss ways to protect plants, animals, trees, trails, lakes, and streams whether in a local park such as Hixon Forest, on a camping trip, or at home and in your daily life.
Limited to 50 participants. Sign up your family today!
***IMPORTANT*** Please follow these registration instructions since the person registering must be a parent, guardian, other adult, or over 18:
At the top of the registration page where it says "How many people are you registering?", please enter the number in your group or family. On subsequent pages where it asks for each individual’s name and email, please include your email again, but just the initials of any minors in your group since we do not collect information from minors. Thank you for your assistance!
Advance registration is required. If you do not receive a registration confirmation email, please contact courses@LNT.org or check your junk/spam folder.
COVID-19 Updates: All participants are asked to follow CDC guidelines and state and local requirements regarding Covid precautions. See the following links for more information:
*Children must be accompanied by adults. Face masks are required indoors. WisCorps Pandemic Protocol will be in place during all WisCorps-led events.
The WisCorps mission is to develop leadership, self-confidence, and a strong work ethic in youth and young adults through the active stewardship of Wisconsin’s communities and natural resources. WisCorps, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) conservation corps headquartered in La Crosse, Wisconsin that engages youth and young adults in two areas: conservation projects and nature education.
Questions? Contact Steph Hanna, email@example.com.