Nine out of ten people who visit the outdoors are uninformed about Leave No Trace and how they can minimise their impacts.
Leave No Trace helps people understand how their decisions and actions... More
This week Leave No Trace were joined by staff from Google and partnered with community group Dodder Valley Litter Mugs for a CSR day. Staff were introduced to the principles and ethics of Leave No... More
19th August 2019
Leave No Trace Ireland, the Irish arm of the global outdoor ethics organisation, have announced the core membership addition of the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), under... More
This two-day course is designed for individuals who will be delivering Leave No Trace Ireland Awareness courses in the future or embedding Leave No Trace in other programmes.
The Leave No Trace... More
Volunteers from Google joined Leave No Trace to assist the Killinarden Angling Initiative in a Clean-Up in Ballymount and of the lake they use for the angling initiative. The initiative was set up to... More
Summer has arrived and as many thousands of people venture into the outdoors to enjoy our beautiful beaches, forests, parks, mountains and lakes, Leave No Trace Ireland is encouraging everyone to... More
Last week participants from 5 European countries came together as part of the Erasmus+ project - NGEurope. Developed to encourage participation in voluntary organisations and NGO's the programme... More
Did you know you can already register for November's Outdoor Classroom Day campaign?
Our 7 November campaign is just over four months away and we are SO excited to get more children outside and... More
Did you know you can already register for November's Outdoor Classroom Day campaign? Leave No Trace Ireland are delighted to promote outdoor learning opportunities.
Our 7 November campaign is just... More
The Bluestack Centre in Donegal was the location for the Walking and Hillwalking training course as part of the newly developed activity training funded by Donegal LCDC.
This course was to enable... More