What's NextThank you all for your important volunteerism and involvement this
year. Because of you, Leave No Trace trained over 115,000 kids with PEAK,
alone, and reached 145,000 people
with educational grants. More than 10,000
activists took the Bigfoot Challenge, State Advocates organized Leave No
Trace programs around the nation, and partner organizations were activated to
deliver Leave No Trace programs in their communities. Congratulations to all!
As you may know, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is launching
a 2011 plan. We will further drive programs for kids, provide more education for close-to-home and frontcountry areas, and support local communities in their Leave No Trace work.
We will need your direct involvement to realize these ambitious initiatives.
To get involved, log on to our community pages or simply give us a call.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Leave No Trace.
- Susy Alkaitis, Deputy Director
eNews You Can Use...
Campsite Traffic: Where is your biggest impact?
The Leave No Trace Education Department takes a comprehensive look at where you spend your time at the campsite and how to minimize those impacts. Read More
Notes from the Field
Training in the Sunshine State
Throughout the 2010 season, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers worked closely with the Boy Scouts of America to share the fundamentals of practicing and teaching Leave No Trace to the scouting community. Read More
The Best Place To Rest
True or False: The best place to take a rest is in the middle of the trail? The answer may surprise you.Read More
Check out the Leave No Trace educational events in your neighborhood
Every month, we write about dynamic
Leave No Trace training and events
around the country. Check out a couple
of highlights from: