March News from Leave No Trace 2014
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Leave No Trace Celebrates 50 Years of Wilderness
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the signing of the The Wilderness Act, which strives to protect, forever, the wildest places in America. The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is proud to be a
Wilderness50 partner. Through workshops, art exhibitions and other nationwide events, you can get involved and help the Center celebrate in 2014! 

"An annual visit by the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers is now an integral component of the outdoor education curriculum here at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Even more important than teaching our students the Principles of Leave No Trace, the trainers show our students how to be effective teachers and facilitators by utilizing active, experiential teaching methods!"
- Paul J. Shirilla, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Tech Tips: Training Tools for You to Try
Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers share their best tips for teaching kids Leave No Trace skills and ethics!

In March, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers will share Leave No Trace in 16 states - learn more tech tips in an event near you!

Want to find out which Leave No Trace Principle you are? Take our quiz!



New Research Examines High Level Leave No Trace Training
Featured in the 2013 winter issue of the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, a recent study discusses the effectiveness and retention of Leave No Trace Master Educator ethics and information in North America...


The Situation: Waste by the Water

"While biking on the Leigh Canal Towpath near Hellertown, I ran into a large group of people with coolers and beer cans lingering in the middle of the path. They were using a rope swing to dive into the river.  They moved aside, but as I passed them I saw cups and beer cans strewn across the towpath.  I kept biking, but should I have approached them despite the drunkenness of several of the people?"
- Sarah, PA

Read how our Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers responded to this member's Situation...
30 Seconds with Leave No Trace
Community Partners:


On sale for $15.15 (regularly $18.98). Education Programs Coordinator, Jason Grubb shares "101 Ways to Teach Leave No Trace is the go-to resource for teaching individuals of all ages the Seven Principles. Whenever I need a quick activity, skit, game, or other engaging teaching technique, I never hesitate to reach for 101 Ways."

Leave No Trace is Hiring!
Seeking a dynamic, savvy, dedicated team of educators (only teams of two are accepted as applicants) for an April 2014 through May 2015 Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer position. Teams move throughout the U.S. teaching and promoting minimum impact techniques to outdoor enthusiasts of all experience levels. Apply, learn more, or share with others!
Leadership Circle Pioneers Ensure a
Legacy for Leave No Trace


Great thanks to the following members for your pioneering spirit and support by becoming members of Leave No Trace's newly established Leadership Circle:


Ange Workman, Daniel Segersin, James Smith, Jason Madlung, Jay Dement, Jeff Neitzel, Laura Loomis, Mack Pearsall, Mark Gasta, Carol Baker & Mark Stein, Rick & Rebecca Crosson, Shawn Turner, Steven Fraim and William Lardie.

You too can join the Leadership Circle and play a greater role in Leave No Trace's future.
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