Leave No Trace for Every Kid

Bayou Teche Trash Bash and Boogie

The Teche Ecology, Cultural and History Education Project (TECHE) is a non-profit organization passionate about making Bayou Teche a healthier waterway for fishing, boating and swimming. Bayou Teche is one of the most historically and culturally significant bayous in Acadiana, Louisiana and the TECHE Project is an advocate for improved water quality and preservation.

Backyard Session - Chippewa River clean-up

Chippewa Falls Boy Scouts will be hosting a cleanup of the Chippewa River. Over 100 Scouters will be spending 8 hours paddling different sections of a 40 mile stretch of the river. Master Educator and Trainers will be on the river with the scouts educating them about Leave No Trace Ethics. Over 800 service hours will be contributed to the Chippewa falls Community over the course of the weekend. Outdoor enthusiast and conservationist are invited to join the Scouts for this project.

Join the Center in Chicago for a Leave No Trace Backyard Session

On Wednesday, May 23rd, the Center will work with local groups to clean up North Avenue Beach while providing onsite Leave No Trace education. The program, part of the Leave No Trace Center’s Backyard Sessions initiative teaches locals how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly while providing an onsite service project.

The Backyard Session clean-up will take place on Wednesday, May 23rd, from 12:00pm-4:00pm. All Volunteers should meet at North Avenue Beach next to Castaways and bring appropriate attire, gloves, water and protection from the sun.