Trainer Course

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC), Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, VA

The Leave No Trace Trainer Course teaches participants the seven principles of Leave No Trace, as well as techniques for disseminating these low impact skills. This course will focus on educational strategies to encounters on the A.T., and the graduates will be well prepared to lead Awareness Workshops. ATC Education and Outreach Coordinator Kathryn Herndon-Powell and ATC Natural Resource Specialist Conner McBane are teaming up to lead this course. Herndon-Powell and McBane are Master Educators based in ATC's Central and Southwest Virginia Regional Office.

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Boy Scouts of America, Theodore Naish Scout Reservation, Kansas

This course is for scouts and scout leaders looking to develop and expand their knowledge of Leave No Trace skills.  After this 16 hour course, you will have a better understanding of the skills needed for friendlier, low impact outdoor recreation. You will also have tips for taking it back to your units to help with advancement requirements. This training is highly recommended for youth scouts that would like to hold the Outdoor Ethics position in their unit. This course is open to scouts and scouters 14+.

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Adirondack Mountain Club, Lake Placid, NY

The Trainer Course is a vital component of the nationwide Leave No Trace program. You will receive training in Leave No Trace skills and ethics in this two-day course. Trainer Courses assist participants in learning more about the seven principles of Leave No Trace and techniques for teaching these low impact skills to others. The training includes 16 hours of instruction and overnight camping. As part of the Trainer Course curriculum, participants will also be required to lead a 10-15 minute presentation on one of the Leave No Trace principles.

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Adirondack Mountain Club, Lake Placid, NY

The Trainer Course is a vital component of the nationwide Leave No Trace program. You will receive training in Leave No Trace skills and ethics in this two-day course. Trainer Courses assist participants in learning more about the seven principles of Leave No Trace and techniques for teaching these low impact skills to others. The training includes 16 hours of instruction and overnight camping. As part of the Trainer Course curriculum, participants will also be required to lead a 10-15 minute presentation on one of the Leave No Trace principles.

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Boy Scouts of America, Cannon Falls, MN

Why register for Leave No Trace Training? Make your typical outing or high adventure trip well planned and lower impact! Understand what to do and when. Become comfortable sharing information with others and ready to take ideas back to your unit by teaching one Leave No Trace principle. Try activities for group events

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Boy Scouts of America, Haven, MN

Why register for Leave No Trace Training? Make your typical outing or high adventure trip well planned and lower impact! Understand what to do and when. Become comfortable sharing information with others and ready to take ideas back to your unit by teaching one Leave No Trace principle. Try activities for group events

Go Canoeing, Leave No Trace

Durham, NC: Whenever friends get together outside; you’re bound to have a great time. This last weekend we visited some great friends while going on an adventure to visit the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Check out this week’s video to see how we left no trace while canoe camping near a gorgeous wildlife refuge. The first step to any successful trip is to plan it out. Taking each of the seven principles into account, we were prepared for the entirety of our trip. Check out the outline below to see how Leave No Trace applies to canoe camping. Plan Ahead and Prepare: Check...

Leave No Trace Trainer Course - Boy Scouts of America, Illinois City, IL

This course covers the seven principles of Leave No Trace and is an essential part of the Outdoor Ethics concept within the Boy Scouts of America. After completion of this two day course participants become "LNT Trainers" and are qualified to conduct Awareness Seminars

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