Leave No Trace for Every Kid

Ward Elementary - Winston Salem, NC

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be offering a morning Leave No Trace program to a local school group in Winston Salem, NC.

 

Village Outdoor Shop - King, NC

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be on site facilitating a Leave No Trace workshop on the seven principles. Join us to learn tips and tricks on how to minimize your impact while recreating. The public is encouraged to attend! 

Summit Hill Elementary - Milton, GA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be offering a morning Leave No Trace program to a local school group in Milton, GA.

Mountain Discovery Charter School - Bryson City, NC

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be offering a Leave No Trace program to a local charter school in Bryson City, NC. 

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Beaux Bridge, LA--A slight tickle frisks my exhausted thigh: Over two mountains and down again we finally find ourselves wearily reclining on a Lay-Z-Boy-Rock: content and starving. The pesky tickling is vying for my attention but nothing can top the need for lunch, for canned tuna and a block of sharp cheddar. Spoon in hand, I dig into the tuna, now repackaged in my twice-before used Ziploc, and take a bite off the “block oh-cheddah”. I get that watery mouth feeling of pure enjoyment and as my spoon crescendos for another chomp, the hair on my legs begin to stand and the tickling becomes...

Layering 101

Charleston, SC: As Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers we chase adventure in all kinds of weather environments across the country. During the past three weeks Team East has lived in the southeast, northeast, and vacationed in the western desert. Throughout our adventures, we have been able to test out many different layering systems, each offering different levels of comfort depending on the weather. Have you thought about your layering system? After all, the more comfortable you feel, the better your overall experience will be. Layers keep us comfy, warm, and dry, but piling on five...

Kings Mountain National Military Park

Kings Mountain, SC: The beautiful and secluded National Military Park offers visitors a chance to step back in time while enjoying a peaceful out-of-doors experience. Kings Mountain was the location of a critical battle between Patriot and British forces in 1780, which prevented British forces from advancing northward. Many agree that the battle fought here was the turning point of the Revolutionary War. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers spent three days with visitors and rangers in the effort to protect the trails and monuments of Kings Mountain National Military Park , a beloved...

4 Reasons Why Parks Are Important

Oxford, MS— Hungry...Stop for a picnic lunch in a municipal park. Have an urge to fly a kite or toss around the ol’ pigskin? There is a field in the nearby urban oasis with your name on it. Have you been cooped up in the office all day and need to stretch your legs? Pop on some roller-blades and hit the paths at your local green space for some easy-to-access and much needed time outdoors. As outdoor enthusiasts we, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer East Central Team, take every opportunity to visit local parks and green spaces while on the road. City and neighborhood parks provide a...

Trash Timeline Activity

San Antonio, TX: As we travel through Texas this Fall we have noticed the Don’t Mess With Texas signs all over the highway and in parks. Don’t Mess with Texas is a well known saying, but most people outside of Texas don’t realize that it is actually a anti-littering campaign featured throughout the state. Teaching Texas youth the importance of their home state’s famous saying is simplified using the trash timeline. The trash timeline teaches people of all ages how long litter lasts for if it is left on the ground out in park. The research behind this activity comes from a USDA Forest Service...

Teaching Kids Respect Wildlife

Laredo, TX: As Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers we teach Leave No Trace to thousands of kids all throughout the country at schools and in camps. Teaching kids the importance of staying a safe distance from wildlife and why we shouldn’t let animals eat our food is always well received by students. We have a couple of effective methods on how to teach kids the Respect Wildlife principle. Impacts Vs. Wildlife Set-up: You will need a field or a gymnasium to facilitate this activity. The only materials you will need will be two long ropes (50 feet) to...

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