Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to pre- pare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Leave No Trace reinforces that mission with its own: to promote and inspire responsible outdoor recreation through education, research, and partnerships. Together, these organizations foster an appreciation of our environment along with respect and reverence toward nature.
Cub Scout Leave No Trace Award - Click HERE
Leave No Trace Achievement Award - Click HERE (for Boy Scouts, Ventures, Varsity and Scouters
Leave No Trace Awareness Workshops—An Awareness Workshop is any formal Leave No Trace presentation that is one-day or less in length. These presentations can include a wide variety of programs ranging from a 30-minute presentation to a day-long workshop. Experiential-based training, in an outdoor setting is encouraged. Please contact the Council LNT Advocate for more information.
Leave No Trace 101—A three hours course taught by LNT Trainers and designed inform leaders about the purpose of LNT and how to find additional resources. This course can be offered over several Roundtables.
LNT Trainer—The Trainer Course is a vital component of the nationwide Leave No Trace program. It is a shortened version of the Master Educator course. Participants receive introductory training in Leave No Trace skills and ethics in a condensed two-day format. The BRMC offers this training multiple times per year. Please contact the Council Advocate if you would like to schedule a group course.
LNT Master Educator—A Master Educator Course is typically five days in length and designed for people who are actively teaching others backcountry skills or providing recreation information to the public. Master Educators are certified to lead Trainer Courses. The BRMC offers a Master Course annually.
Position Description - Click HERE
Blue Ridge Mountain Council Advocate—Joe Roudabush - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Leave No Trace Website http://lnt.org/
LNT 101- Click HERE
BSA Teaching LNT- click HERE