Partnership

Any information pertaining to Leave No Trace partners

What Inspires You to #optoutside?

Amelia Island, FL: We love playing outside and we’re guessing you do, too. For us, time spent outdoors is more fun, exhilarating and renewing than pretty much anything else we do. But sometimes we have to retreat from nature and get stuff done: going to work, attending meetings, shopping for groceries, cleaning our bathrooms. You know the drill. Yet sometimes even when we have the choice to go outside, we end up doing other things: watching Netflix, checking social media, watching YouTube videos of other people (or cute animals) doing cool things outside. In fact, just writing that sentence...

A Local Gem in Danger

New Paltz, NY: The Peekamoose Blue Hole has become an Internet celebrity. Now selected, as a 2017 Leave No Trace Hot Spot , the Blue Hole needs a new type of fame, one that recognizes its fragile ecology. This geologic formation is wild in nature and unfortunately; its fame has exponentially increased the number of visitors and the impacts, which follow them. With anywhere from 600-2000 visitors in a weekend the ¾ acre footprint of the Blue Hole has seen its fair share of impacts. Soil erosion, trampled vegetation (including small plants, flowers, and primarily mosses),...

Leave No Trace Skills: Hammock Camping

Bar Harbor, ME: Did you know… Hammocks generally leave a very small footprint and are good examples of minimum impact shelters? There is nothing better than hanging tree side in your hammock for a bit of relaxation. Keep reading to learn how to protect your campsite from potential hammock specific impacts. If you are new to hammock camping or already have a bit of experience the following are a few tricks that will help you to lounge in the most Leave No Trace way. Good campsites are found not made. Set up your hammock camp at least 200 feet from water, trails and other...

Leave No Trace Seven Principles Rap

Boulder, CO: The member-driven Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics protects the outdoors by teaching people to enjoy it responsibly. It is the most widely accepted outdoor ethics program used on public lands. Through targeted education, research and outreach, the Center ensures the long-term health of our natural world. One way we reach the public is through the creative freedom of our Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program consists of four teams of two educators that travel across the country in Subarus teaching people how to...

An ENO Day

Boulder, CO: As Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, we do our best to carry with us all of the comforts of home. One of the ways we have found to utilize couch time on the road is with our amazing ENO hammocks! A typical day has us balancing our amazing events and all of the background computer work. By the end of any given day, we are tuckered; so we do what any person should, take a few moments for ourselves to become centered again. This is where our awesome partner, ENO hammocks comes in. They help us to regain our stoke and stay comfortable after a busy day. In addition to being...

Will You Go Out With Us?

Boulder, CO: We are getting ready for Thanksgiving here at the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics. This holiday there are so many amazing people and places within our community to be grateful for. Each one of these people is part of something great, protecting our natural world while we have fun playing outdoors! Getting together with family and friends, sharing stories, and looking towards the next adventure is what our Thanksgiving looks like. Then, come Black Friday the peace of the holiday ebbs off while we drive past the deluge of cars flocking towards the shopping malls. Isn’t...

Leave No Trace & Thule, a Life on the Road

Chattanooga, TN: Traveling full time requires a ton of gear. Especially when the list of activities includes education, outreach, hiking, climbing, cycling, running, disc golf, and office time. Without Thule we wouldn’t be able to bring all of our essential gear out on the road. Thank you Thule for helping us to bring our lives on the road! Thule is a partner of the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program. Each year, four teams of trainers roam the continental United States to reach millions of people with Leave No Trace education. This nomadic lifestyle is not easy but with the...

Deuter's Got Our Back

Phoenix, AZ: Leave No Trace is a movement of educators, explorers, volunteers, land managers and partners. Together, we are working hard to keep our outdoor spaces pristine and wild for generations to come. One of those partners, Deuter, helps the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers teach Leave No Trace across the country by outfitting the program with packs and travel gear. They even have reusable trash bags designed to help folks Leave No Trace! Thank you Deuter for your support, and the awesome gear you make. We know you always have our back! Have fun. Be Safe. Leave No Trace. ...

How to Leave No Trace in the San Juan Islands

Lopez Island, WA: San Juan County is the first Leave No Trace county in the nation. This designation came about because of a dedicated and passionate group of locals, who wanted to protect and steward these special islands they call home. Today, different agencies, organizations, citizens, businesses, and local leaders have committed to integrating Leave No Trace into every aspect of the islands. Their hope is to educate and inspire the one million annual visitors to Leave No Trace during their next visit. Here are a few steps you can take to help Leave No Trace next time you are on the San...

What is a Leave No Trace Master Educator?

Davenport, IA: Leave No Trace partners with groups to foster a responsible outdoor ethic. Our partners keep Leave No Trace thriving around the world. There are various levels of partnerships that support Leave No Trace. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) is one such partner. The ATC is a nonprofit who's mission is "to preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail - ensuring that its vast natural beauty and priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come." LEAVE NO TRACE VISITS APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY MASTER EDUCATOR COURSE...

Pages