What You Told Us In the last several months, Leave No Trace members and partners were given the opportunity to voice what was most important to them about Leave No Trace. We asked for your input about our programs, direction and future in surveys, in phone calls and meetings, via questions in the Leave No Trace eNews.
Responses from you and other members and partners were overwhelming, helping Leave No Trace identify three key areas - youth, frontcountry and local community-based efforts - to focus its resources in the coming year. We will be sharing more about how we plan to drive these initiatives. Stay tuned and thank you for lending your voice.
Notes from the Field
When Seagulls Attack
Habituation is a simple form of learning when an animal, after exposure to a stimulus, stops responding. The Leave No Trace principle Respect Wildlife takes it on. Read More
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Leave No Trace History Lesson
Need some schooling on Leave No Trace's history? The Education Department offers a history lesson to help your Leave No Trace lesson plans. Read More
5,000 in Taiwan take a Leave No Trace pledge
International partnerships, branch organizations, and training have been a mainstay of the Leave No Trace program for over a decade. Countries like Colombia, India, the UK and Saudi Arabia are flush with Leave No Trace activity. Check out the latest from Taiwan, as 5,000 people take a Leave No Trace pledge.Read More
To Yield or Not To Yield
Trail etiquette 101: A primer on the art of the yield. Read More
Your Community brought to you by KEEN Footwear
Through a dynamic, multi-year partnership, Keen Footwear has helped to transform the way Leave No Trace works in your community.Read More
American Alpine Institute Demonstrates Leave No Trace Leadership
American Alpine Institute's commitment to Leave No Trace spans decades. Read about how they incorporate Leave No Trace and other environmental issues into their work. Read More