Traveling Trainers

Any information pertaining to the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program

Tahoe Rim Trail Association Staff and Volunteer Workshop - Stateline, NV

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be joining staff, volunteers, crew leaders, and guides of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association for a Leave No Trace awareness workshop. This workshop will blend interactive activities and focused discussion to teach the principles and practice of Leave No Trace, as well as effective communication for those  "less than Leave No Trace" moments. 

REI Reno Awareness Workshop - Reno, NV

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will conduct an awareness workshop for members of the Reno/Tahoe outdoor community. This is an excellent opportunity for experienced outdoor enthusiasts to recommit to practicing the latest and best Leave No Trace methods in their outdoor pursuits, and will be a wonderful introduction to Leave No Trace principles for those unfamiliar with Leave No Trace. 

Generation Green Jr. - South Lake Tahoe, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are partnering with the USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit's Generation Green Junior program to educate local middle school students about Leave No Trace principles and practices through interactive, hands-on activities. 

Applicants Wanted! Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers

Boulder, CO: The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics seeks Traveling Trainers who are passionate educators, skilled communicators and content creators, and are ready and excited to live and work on the road! Position Opening: The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics seeks two dynamic, tech savvy, extroverted teams of educators ( only teams of two are accepted as applicants ) for regional Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer positions. Contract period runs April 2018 through March 2019. As Traveling...

Protecting the Most Photographed Spot on the Appalachian Trail

Eugene, OR: When we think of the Appalachian Trail, we think of high adventure, green mountain vistas - and, of course, McAfee Knob. A Leave No Trace Hot Spot in 2015, McAfee Knob is beloved by thru-hikers and day hikers alike, all of them making the four-mile trek from Virginia Highway 311 - and some heading the four miles back to the trailhead parking lot - just to snap that picture of them and that iconic view. As a part of our Hot Spot Revisit program, a pair of Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers went back to McAfee Knob this year, and brought back some tips on how...

Generation Green Jr. - South Lake Tahoe, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers are partnering with the USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit's Generation Green Junior program to educate local middle school students about Leave No Trace principles and practices through interactive, hands-on activities. 

Subaru Winter Fest - Sierra At Tahoe, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be joining the Subaru WinterFest Tour to educate the winter sports community about enjoying the snow ethically and responsibly. Swing by our outreach booth for games, prizes, and to test your Leave No Trace knowledge. 

Subaru Winter Fest - Boreal Mountain Resort, CA

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will be joining the Subaru WinterFest Tour to educate the winter sports community about enjoying the snow ethically and responsibly. Swing by our outreach booth for games, prizes, and to test your Leave No Trace knowledge. 

Body by Bigfoot: Five Tips for Staying in Shape on the Road

With the eating season, we mean, holiday season fast approaching, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers like to stay active, even while living on the road. Want the latest “Body by Bigfoot” workout routine? Check out this video! In all seriousness, road life keeps us on the move. Packing up and setting up camp every few days, getting our loaded cooler in and out of the car several times a day, water hauling, and just living outside means we move our bodies a lot. We also get to do lots of our favorite outdoor activities – hiking, biking, running, and climbing – in some amazing places...

Assume the Best: An outdoor enthusiast’s guide to talking with people who drop trash on the ground, blast music on the trail, and leave their dog’s poop behind.

Phoenix, Arizona A writer for Sunset magazine recently asked me how I “really” felt about people who throw their trash in the bushes. The subtext was something like, “I know what you’re supposed to say, but surely there are just jerks and idiots out there in the world, amirite?” Well, yes, maybe there are jerks and idiots out there in the world, but I couldn’t do what I do if I believed that people were all incorrigible. The question she raised is a common one. While most people are sympathetic to a newbie who doesn’t know what to do with his or...

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