This is your chance, if you have a kid in your life.
The other day, a couple of us were in deep discussions about
kids; specifically, how to engage them in the Bigfoot Challenge. This
year, we're asking you to commit simple acts of Leave No Trace stewardship by
taking a single Bigfoot Challenge, or up to one every month. Bigfoot is also an
ideal opportunity to introduce basic Leave No Trace concepts to kids and
beginning in April, you will see a special challenge for kids every month.
You can learn more about Bigfoot in this issue as well as
nominate a Hotspot for Leave No Trace in your neck of the woods by visiting our website or contacting the Center. We're also
introducing new grant deadlines, resources to enhance Leave No Trace in your
community and more.
Take the Challenge.
eNews You Can Use...
Grants and Scholarships
Looking for ways to incorporate Leave No Trace training in to your programs and classes, but low on your budget? The Education Department answers questions on the Center's various grant and scholarship programs.
Have You Taken the Challenge in 2010?
Another new month, and a whole new way to Leave No Trace like Bigfoot does! Join us this March with 4 new active challenges to Leave No Trace.
Online Partnership Form Launches
Annoyed with paper invoices? Want the ease of joining Leave No Trace's partnership program from the convenience of your office? Leave No Trace is proud to launch a new feature for partners that allows you to join or renew online.
"Do Something Now..."
Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, Kate and Tracy, are in the eastern United States, and stopped in Ohio for the Five Rivers Metro Parks Adventure Summit. Little did they know that they'd be the ones walking away with an important message.