As the number of Trainers and Master Educators offering Leave No Trace Awareness Sessions and the number of organisations requesting such sessions increase, the need to develop guidelines for those... More
Cowper Lynas from The Duke of Edinburgh delivered Leave No Trace Awareness Sessions which were slotted into 2 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition Assessor Accreditation Courses. The first of these... More
The Dublin Mountains Partnership (DMP) has just recruited 14 Volunteer Rangers and will be launching a Volunteer Ranger Service in early June 2009. The DMP was established to improve the recreation... More
In November 2008 Stephen Millar (Master Educator of Leave No Trace Ireland and an Outdoor Instructor at Tollymore Mountain Centre) delivered a 2 day trainer course to 7 heavily involved members of... More
Leave No Trace Ireland is pleased to announce that
Scouting Ireland has now become a supporting partner of the programme.
Scouting Ireland were one of the founding partners of Leave No Trace Ireland... More
WITHIN LEAVE NO TRACE IRELAND:
• There are now a total of 22 Advanced Trainers.
• To date there has been 25 Trainer Courses delivered.
• There are currently 160 people qualified as Trainers of Leave... More
The City of Phoenix launched a partnership with Leave No Trace America as park rangers met the public at trailheads throughout the city educating people about responsible use of the city's mountain... More
This week, the Leave No Trace e-tour in America, a traveling team of educators, begins a summer tour of 15 states. The e-tour is part of the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics' national effort... More
Before you toss, think about putting those used sporting goods, collectables, gear and other items to good use: to support Leave No Trace America!
Leave No Trace America has joined forces with eBay... More