September 8-10, 2017
The Simon Kenton Council, BSA, and the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics invite you to become a Leave No Trace Trainer!
This course is for all Scouters and Scouts 14 years old or older. Upon successful completion of the Leave No Trace Trainer Course, each participant will become a qualified Leave No Trace Trainer.
Those who complete the course are equipped to:
• Understand, demonstrate, and teach minimum impact techniques
• Lead outdoor ethics discussions and help others explore their own personal outdoor ethic
• Conduct Leave No Trace Awareness Workshops
When and Where:
6:00 pm, Friday, September 8, 2017, through 11:00 am, Sunday, September 10, 2017. Camp Lazarus, 4422 Columbus Pike Delaware, Ohio, at Buecher Lodge. Lodging for this course will be tent/hammock camping. Visit the SKC web site for a map and directions to Camp Lazarus. Participants must complete all 16 hours of the training to graduate from this course.
$50, if paid by 8/26/17. $60 after 8/26/17.
This covers all food and course materials.
What to Bring: Water bottle, mug for hot drinks, mess kit, notebook/pen, camping gear (tent, sleeping bag and pad), and clothing appropriate for the weather including rain gear (most of the group presentations will be conducted outdoors). Everyone will need to prepare a 5-7 minute presentation on 1 of the 7 LNT principles and present it during the weekend (the topic for presentation will be assigned after registration). Bring supplies you need for your presentation.
This course is limited to 20 participants.
For more information contact: Ted Shigley
Leave No Trace Master Educator & Tread Lightly Master Educator
Simon Kenton Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate