7 Ways for Backpackers to Reduce Impact in the Backcountry

View the recording for this past presentation here!

This event is the first for our virtual backpack training series! Join us on May 28th at 7:30 PM. With record-breaking numbers of people getting outdoors to enjoy nature, the impact to our parks and trails is also at an all-time high. Those of us interested in backpacking, or those who already love to backpack, need to practice effective ways of minimizing our impact. Join us for a discussion of the 7 Leave No Trace principles as applied to backpacking.

Handouts for this training:
Leave No Trace Presentation
10 Essentials Slide
7 Leave No Trace Principles

Speakers for this virtual event will be (pictures below):
Nancy Ball has been backpacking and leading trips to destinations around the world since 2005. She recently launched Summit Trek & Travel, planning and leading adventure trips close to home and across the globe.

Denise Tingle has been camping, hiking, and backpacking for over 45 years. She is currently the chair of the Hiking Committee of the Miami Group Sierra Club. Her passions are backpacking and cycling.

Barry Randall has been camping and backpacking for the past 50+ years. He is currently the chairperson for the Miami Group Sierra Club Outings, where we plan and lead a variety of outdoor adventures, including backpacking, for all skill levels

Bryan Wolfe is co-owner at Roads Rivers and Trails. He is lucky enough to be part of so many people’s adventures and engaging with our awesome outdoor community! Every year he continues to pursue new places but his passion all began on an Appalachian Trail thru-hike.

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