Awareness Workshop

Pop Quiz: Do You Know How to Leave No Trace?

Plattsburgh, NY: Leaving no trace is an easy way to help protect the natural world. However, times change and recommended Leave No Trace skills and ethics change too. Do you know what it takes to Leave No Trace today? Take our quiz to test your knowledge. No matter what your score turns out to be it’s important to remember; it doesn’t matter what you have done yesterday or today, it’s about the choices we make tomorrow and in the future. By continuing to do our part, we can all protect nature and the animals who call it home. Thank you for doing your part to Leave No Trace! If you would like...

Red Rock Ranger District Visitor's Center - Sedona, AZ

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be on site at the Red Rock Ranger District Visitor's Center from 10am - 2pm, offering activities and information on how to minimize your impact when spending time outdoors.

Preventing the Posthole

Lake Placid, NY: Getting out for a hike on the trails in the winter time has a lot of perks; less people, warm jackets, soft snow, and a warm thermos. As you prepare for that wonderful hike into the snowy mountains though, will you be prepared to prevent your posthole? What is a, “posthole” anyway? Well, when walking thru the snow our boot prints sink deep into the snow creating big holes, know as postholes. Traveling on a trail that has big ruts and postholes is inefficient and dangerous for ankles. This is why snowshoes and skis are so important when out on the trails. These pieces of gear...

Paul Smith's College - Paul Smith's, NY

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be visiting Paul Smith's college to put on a workshop for the students of the Outdoor Recreation Department. 

Leave No Trace Awareness Course -Buffalo National River, AR

Learn outdoor ethics and new skills at Buffalo National River. Free workshop includes hot meal and guided hike into Ponca Wilderness via Buffalo River Trail.

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Red Rock Ranger District Volunteer/Employee Training - Sedona, AZ

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be joining the Red Rocks Ranger District volunteers and staff for education and outreach on the Leave No Trace minimum impact program.

#GivingTuesday - 5 Reasons Why You Should Support Leave No Trace

San Francisco, CA: This #GivingTuesday, we reflect on why Leave No Trace is so important. As Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, we have had the opportunity to visit some of the country’s most pristine natural treasures. From cool, clear mountain streams to arid, resilient desert landscapes, spending time in our public lands inspires a deep sense of connection, humility and stewardship in us. Protecting these special places is more important than ever. As we travel and camp across the country, we’ve witnessed the tragic consequences that result from uninformed visitors. We have seen...

Leave No Trace and the Appalachian Trail

Wickes, AR : The Appalachian Trail (AT) is a 2,175 mile hike from Georgia to Maine. It can be hiked daily, in sections or as a thru-hike. The Appalachian Trail has seen record numbers of thru-hikers over the last few years. The Appalachian Trail has been featured in films, books and social media by the likes of Bill Bryson, Appalachian Impressions and others. 
 
When we educate the public about Leave No Trace it is a common thought that the more people that get outside the more our outdoor spaces suffer. While this can be true at Leave No Trace we teach our Seven Principles to...

What Is Our Favorite Multi-Use Tool to Save Space and Minimize Waste?

Tucson, AZ: As Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, we know how to maximize every square inch of space while on the road or on the trail. One of our favorite multi-use tools is the bandana! It can be used for everything from first aid to fashion. Learn some of our top uses for this versatile tool, and share how you like to use it with #LeaveNoTrace on social media! Have fun. Be safe. Leave No Trace. Leave No Trace’s Alex Roberts and Emy Gelb are part of the 2016 Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Program that provides free, mobile education to communities across the country....

Friends of Nevada Wilderness - Reno, NV

The Subaru/Leave No Trace traveling trainers will visit the Friends of Nevada Wilderness for an awareness workshop open to staff, volunteers, local agency partners, and the public. 

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