Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers
Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers lead trainings, workshops, and outreach programs from coast to coast focused on protecting and enjoying the outdoors responsibly.
The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers serve as the mobile education arm of the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, fulfilling this role since 1999 thanks to support from Subaru of America and other partners. The four teams of two educators conduct hands-on educational trainings, workshops, and outreach programs for adults and children of all ages and backgrounds.
Traveling Trainer educational programs range from thirty-minute workshops to two-day intensive, field-based courses in all environments. Additionally, the teams conduct Hot Spots, targeted multi-day projects around the country at sites experiencing severe impacts and needing specialized solutions.
To learn more about the trainings, educational programs and outreach events provided by the Traveling Trainers, along with frequently asked questions, click the button below.
An Awareness Workshop is any formal Leave No Trace presentation that is one-day or less in length. Participants receive engaging, introductory training in Leave No Trace skills and ethics. We require a minimum group size of 12 participants for Awareness Workshops.
The teams set up their 10×10 booth display with Leave No Trace educational materials, interactive activities, and information on how to get more involved with Leave No Trace. This type of outreach is ideal for Visitor Centers, popular trailheads, festivals, races, expos, and other forward-facing opportunities.
The Leave No Trace Trainer Course is a two-day, interactive workshop conducted in an outdoor setting. Trainer Courses are fee-based. The minimum number of participants is 5; the maximum is 12.