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Peace Corps Volunteers Incorporate Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace - November 10, 2009
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Peace Corps volunteers from around the globe have been using Leave No Trace programs for years. Recently we sat down with a volunteer who is extending her relationship with her host country and is very interested in incorporating Leave No Trace in her work:

Jennifer Johns, recently returned from the Peace Corps in Honduras and is currently forming an outdoor leadership program for the community of Tornabe in Honduras. She travelled to Colorado to meet with Center staff because she wanted to teach the children of the Tornabe Leave No Trace. She also plans to teach Leave No Trace to adult educators there. As a result, she is taking the Spanish-translated PEAK program back to use and incorporate into her new program.

Stay tuned for more about Jennifer's program. What do you think about extending Leave No Trace programming and resources to to the international community?

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