Number of results: 4 for partner: Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
Resource type: Organization - Resource Person - Video - Curriculum
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is an educational, non-profit organization dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of the outdoors by all people world-wide. While the headquarters is located in Boulder, Colorado, each state has its own volunteer State Advocate. The Minnesota Leave No Trace State Advocate is Rita Hussman.
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches people how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly. The Leave No Trace Center is an educational non-profit organization that achieves its mission through education, research, partnerships and volunteerism.
As the leading educator of outdoor ethics, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics will grow a nation of outdoor advocates to put the Leave No Trace principles into action.
2011 Strategic Priorities
Along with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics' full slate of programs, the organization has identified three strategic priorities:
1. Local Community Participation: Developing and supporting dedicated members, volunteers and educators at the local level, the Center will fully realize community-based Leave No Trace programs.
2. Youth Education: Building on programs that support educational initiatives, the Center will cultivate the next generation of environmental stewards
3. Frontcountry Outreach: Promoting Leave No Trace practices in close-to-home and day-use areas where 90 percent of our nation's outdoor recreation occurs, the Center will provide onsite education, focused grants and multicultural outreach. Frontcountry education will boost Leave No Trace practices at the local level.
Leave No Trace Minnesota State Advocate
Resource type: Resource Person
The Leave No Trace State Advocate Program provides a resource person for each state to coordinate outreach, build alliances and provide education and training in their respective states. State Advocates are volunteers who work with local leaders and educators to help them achieve their goals for environmental literacy. State Advocates promote awareness of the Leave No Trace principles, provide support to other volunteers, coordinate training opportunities and strive to build a strong network of like-minded folks in order to further the Leave No Trace mission to educate people to enjoy the outdoors responsibly
Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers and "e-tour"
Resource type: Speaker - Course/Workshop - Exhibit/Display - Teacher Training
Thanks to Subaru, North Face, Coleman and other corporate sponsors, the Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers & e-tour are able to provide a variety of free, hands-on education opportunities across the country. While the e-tour has a more youth-family-school focus, all traveling trainer teams are available for a variety of presentations at a range of events. Each presentation is unique, from an hour-long workshop to interactive information booths to day-long training sessions and more. The traveling teams work with a wide range of audiences such as, youth serving organizations, college students, schools, parks and more.
Requests for the 2012 season are being accepted as of September, 2011. Team East, Team West & the e-tour may all come to Minnesota, depending on other engagements in the state or in this region. Be sure to get your requests in early as the trainers are in high demand all over the country. All requests must be submitted online at http://lnt.org/programs/travelingtrainers.php.
PEAK Online (Promoting Environmental Educatiron in Kids) | Leave No Trace Education Committee
Resource type: Web Site - Curriculum
PEAK is now also an interactive, online course! Designed to teach elementary school aged youth about Leave No Trace, this course can serve as a stand-alone education tool or as a great supplement to your existing Leave No Trace education curriculum.
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