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Education in Motion: Where to find the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers in October & November

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, through their free educational programs, encourage people to define their personal outdoor ethic and make educated decisions in the outdoors so we can preserve and protect our public lands for future generations. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are conducting the following training events across the country in October and November. Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Team or by your state for the most up to date event listings. For more information about these or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road...

The Junior Ranger Program

The Junior Ranger program is an educational and fun way for kids to learn about our National Parks. The NPS provide kids and adults a chance to earn their Junior Ranger badge. In a nutshell, kids and adults have to fill out different sections from a packet they can receive at the parks’ visitor center. Once people have completed the activities from the packets they are sworn in as official Junior Rangers and receive a patch and a badge. The activities in each packet include learning about the parks flora, fauna, history, types of recreation, the parks’ mission, and Leave No Trace. The Junior...

Free, Mobile Education is Headed Your Way!

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers teach Leave No Trace in 48 states this year. Did you know that the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics has a national traveling outreach program that can come to your community? Through June, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers have led over 250 workshops and events reaching 126,000 people with Leave No Trace education. From working in public schools teaching kids basic outdoor skills and ethics, to important outreach at big events such as The North Face Endurance Challenges, Dominion Riverrock – Outdoor Lifestyle Festival, and...

Education in Motion: Where to find the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers in August & September

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, through their free educational programs, encourage people to define their personal outdoor ethic and make educated decisions in the outdoors so we can preserve and protect our public lands for future generations. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are conducting the following training events across the country in August and September. Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Team or by your state for the most up to date event listings. For more information about these or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road...

Education in Motion: Where to find the Traveling Trainers in July & August

Get Educated! The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are conducting the following training events across the country in July and August. Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Traveling Trainer Team or by your state for the most up to date event listings. For more information about these or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road! Want the Traveling Trainers to join you for your event or training? REQUEST A VISIT FROM THE TRAVELING TRAINERS! California: High Sierra Music Festival - Quincy Colorado: Halfmoon Trailhead – Minturn Rockygrass Festival – Lyons...

Education in Motion: Where to find the Traveling Trainers in June & July.

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are conducting the following training events across the country in June and July. Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Team or by your state for the most up to date event listings. For more information about these events or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road! Want the Traveling Trainers to join you for your event or training? REQUEST A VISIT FROM THE TRAVELING TRAINERS! California: High Sierra Music Festival - Quincy Colorado: National Get Outdoors Day – Denver Eddie Bauer – Lone Tree Active Interest Media –...

The Situation: Responses to the April Situation

Every month in the Center's eNews, we pose a difficult Leave No Trace ethical and skills based situation for readers to comment on. Below is April's situation and a few of your responses. What Would You Do? It's a beautiful spring day, so you and your family go for a picnic. Upon arrival, you find your park littered with trash. This seems like a great opportunity to do a little community service, while also teaching your children the importance of the Leave No Trace principle Dispose of Waste Properly. How would you do it? Here's what you said:...

The PEAK Program and REI

This past week we put on a PEAK (Promoting Environmental Awareness in Kids) workshop for the REI in Madison, Wisconsin . Teachers, scout leaders, and outdoor educators from around the Southern Wisconsin area came to learn how to incorporate Leave No Trace into the programs they run for kids and teens. Leave No Trace has an important partnership with REI. Not only is REI a proud partner for the Subaru / Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program, but they also support the PEAK Program. The PEAK pack is an assortment of 6 activities included in a flexible binder that focuses on teaching kids ages...

Education in Motion: Where to find the Traveling Trainers in May & June

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are conducting the following training events across the country in May and June. Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Team or by your state for the most up to date event listings. For more information about these or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road! Want the Traveling Trainers to join you for your event or training? REQUEST A VISIT FROM THE TRAVELING TRAINERS! Colorado: National Get Outdoors Day – Denver Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Telluride Osprey Packs - Cortez Illinois: Girl Scouts of Central Illinois –...

The Situation: Responses to December Situation

Every month in the Center's eNews, we pose a difficult Leave No Trace ethical and skills based situation for readers to comment on. Below is December's situation and a few of your responses. What Would You Do? While backpacking, an older solo hiker joins you. After dinner you notice he has a lot of trash left over, packaging and tin cans. He offers to bury your trash with his. When you ask him why he buries trash he explains he has been doing it for thirty years. How would you approach this "less than" Leave No Trace technique to deal with waste? Here's What You Said...

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