Currently in its 12th year, the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, 2 teams of professional outdoor educators, have reached over 10 million people in 48 states with Leave No Trace education and training.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Utah Trained


The past few days have been spent in  Utah, and we just wrapped up a Trainer course located in the Logan Canyon of the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. We are very grateful to have worked with a knowledgeable crew of educators from a variety of environmental education institutions & the Ogden Nature Center. The training was hosted by Kathi Stopher the Utah State Advocate, and tagged beside an Environmental Education Conference happening in town. The training participants had a huge resume of outdoor experiences put together, and all shared many wonderful experiences correlating to the skills and ethics of Leave No Trace. The groups teaching topics were fun, and engaging too! Another great experience while we camped at the Guinavah - Malibu Campsite was a close encounter with 2 Bull Moose, at the early break of light while camping before our course, a very interesting encounter with wildlife not to be forgotten. 

Thanks & Congratulations to 7 new Leave No Trace Trainers in the beautiful state of Utah! 
Next off to Washington for the Washington Water Trails Conference. 

Happy Trails, 
Alexis & Topher 


Susan said...

Hi Alexis and Topher!

Thank you again for a fun seminar. Just an FYI, that yelow and black caterpillar we saved from the thundering herd was a woolly bear, which will one day become a beautiful tiger moth. Legend has it that the length of its bands in the fall could foretell the severity of the approaching winter. Who knew?!
If you're ever in Utah again, don't be strangers.


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