Thursday, January 27, 2011

Your Backyard in February

The Center is increasing programs and educational networks in your community this year. Take a look at the list below, describing where the Center staff is conducting Leave No Trace training in February.

Also, click on your state on the Leave No Trace Community Page to learn what education, training and community events may be open to you in February. Leave No Trace State Advocates and Volunteers offer local events and workshops all year long. Learn more about these events by going to the Leave No Trace Community Map and click on your state's page at:">

February Training
• Northern Arizona University Outdoors – Flagstaff
• The Verde Valley School (Connect Grant Recipient) – Sedona
• Girl Scouts AZ Cactus Pine Council - Phoenix
• Phoenix Parks and Recreations – Phoenix
• REI – Paradise Valley
• REI – Tempe

• Ponoma College – Claremont
• Outdoor Outreach Non-Profit – San Diego
• University of San Diego Experiental Learning & Adventure Center – San Diego
• California State University – San Marcos
• UC San Diego – San Diego
• Ellen Ochoa Outdoor Adventure Club – Cudahy

• Community Prep School – Colorado Springs, CO
• Red Rocks Elementary School – Morrison, CO

• BSA Jayhawk Council – Topeka
• BSA Troop 201 – Pratt
• Whittier Elementary – Kansas City

New Mexico:
• REI – Santa Fe
• Tesque Middle School – Santa Fe
• REI – Albuquerque

• BSA Longhorn Council – Glenrose
• REI – Austin
• Northeast ISD (Connect Grant Recipient) – San Antonio
• High School Outreach – San Antonio
• Community Meet Up – San Antonio
• REI – Dallas
• Community Meet Up – Houston
• REI Galleria – Houston
• REI Willowbrook – Houston
• Parish School (Packing w. PEAK Grant Recipient) - Houston

If you want to schedule a Leave No Trace workshop as the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers roll through your state, request a visit at:">


spiritualinsights said...

We need Leave No Trace in NY. Please let me know when you will be doing things in this area. I would be willing to bring this to my area with the right training.

Jason Grubb said...

Oops!! The correct spelling is POMONA College (not poNoMa). The college is named for the nearby City of Pomona, which is in turn named
for the Roman goddess of plenty and whose name comes from the word for
"fruit". The area used to be prime orange-growing land.

Jason Grubb said...

@spiritualinsights - Please visit the NY Community page for a listing of happenings in your state. This can be viewed here: