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How to Bring Leave No Trace to Your Community

Tucscon, AZ: We've been on the road for 10 months now, and often, folks just can't get enough of Leave No Trace. Once they see how effective Leave No Trace can be, they want Leave No Trace programming to come to their organization or local park. Ever wondered how to get Leave No Trace education into your community? Here are three ways to help share the Leave No Trace love: Bring in the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers Here at the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, we have four teams of two that travel the country specifically teaching Leave No Trace...

Amboy Crater National Natural Landmark - Mojave Trails National Monument, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be at the Amboy Crater trailhead on March 17 and 18 -- during the height of the wildflower season -- to educate the public about protecting this area and minimizing impacts. Our team will be part of the annual open house of the Mojave Desert Land Trust on March 17.

Parks are Taking Action to Protect Vital Resources

Ocala National Forest, FL: Trash is an eyesore when hitting the trails! While on the road, we have observed (and picked up) our fair share of other peoples throw away items. Our favorite trails, and public spaces don’t always have to look like a rubbish bin however. In fact, in Juniper Springs Recreation Area land managers have prohibited single use, disposable items on the popular Juniper Springs Run; and guess what? It works! This pristine paddle enters protected wilderness and is a very unique ecosystem with a gorgeous subtropical climate. It is because of these...

Outdoor Project's Denver Block Party - Denver, CO

Leave No Trace will be joining Outdoor Project for the Denver Block Party, offering interactive booth outreach and educational information to the public. The Denver Block Party will kick off at 11 am and the day will be filled with adventure, inspiration, live music, outdoor industry vendors, games, and delicious food and beverages. This event is open to all ages, furry friends, and it's FREE!

Painted Canyon Trailhead - Mecca Hills, CA

In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management's Palm Springs Field Office, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be on site from 9 am - 3 pm on Saturday and 11 am - 2 pm on Sunday at the Painted Canyon Trailhead, educating hikers and visitors about how to minimize their impacts and practice Leave No Trace in this unique and primitive area.   

EnviroFest - Elkhart, IN

EnviroFest is the region's largest environmental festival celebrating all things sustainable and the Elkhart community. Held at Wellfield Botanic Gardens, the event includes: live music, exhibit booths with local businesses and organizations, a children's activity area and entertainment, food vendors, and a beer garden with a local brewery.

Lake Tahoe InstaMeet 2018 - South Lake Tahoe, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are excited to join this one-of-a-kind event hosted on Lake Tahoe's South Shore by Gabriel Lopez Photography and Tahoe South to educate Instagrammers, social media influencers, and photographers on the principles and practices of Leave No Trace while grabbing the perfect shot. This event is free and open to the public on January 27th, from 12-5pm at Camp Richardson Resort/Beacon Bar and Grill.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Resort - Twin Bridges, CA

Join the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers at Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort near South Lake Tahoe, CA for an interactive day of Leave No Trace tips, tricks, and activities to help you minimize your impact on the slopes. Come find us in the main plaza outside the lodge and say hello!

Havasu Havoc - Lake Havasu City, AZ

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be educating mountain bikers and spectators at the Havasu Havoc mountain bike race, put on by the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona and presented by Mudshark Brewery. Learn new tips and techniques for minimizing your impact while mountain bicycling and other during outdoor activities.