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2013 ANNUAL REPORT
L eav e N o T ra c e prote c t s t h e out d oor s b y tea c h i n g
Table of Contents
Year in Review
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The Big Three
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You: At a Glance
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What’s Next
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Financial Summary
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Key Donors & Partners
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people how to enjoy it responsibly.
The Leave No Trace program is built upon the premise
that conservation of our outdoor resources is possible
when all who enjoy the outdoors know how to respect
and prevent impacts from their activities. It is every
A m er i c an ’ s re s pon s i b i l i t y to prote c t our nat i on ’ s
treasured natural heritage for the future. And today,
people need the outdoors more than ever.
ENJOY YOUR WORLD. LEAVE NO TRACE
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You Did It. 2013 was a great year for Leave
No Trace and the outdoors. And your role was
critical.
Members and partners like you are making all
of the difference, helping the Leave No Trace
movement thrive in communities across the
country. People learning, practicing and supporting Leave No Trace means our lands and
waterways are healthier.
Please enjoy the 2013 Annual Report. You will
learn more about the people, initiatives and
successes that you supported, view Leave No
Trace’s complete and audited financial picture, and see your name along with other donors and partner who lead the way.
Also learn about the new Leave No Trace in Every Park campaign. You and your community
have an important role, and we will call on you
in the coming year to role up your sleeves and
get involved.
Most of all, thank you for all that you do to
practice, teach and support Leave No Trace.
Dana Watts
Leave No Trace Executive Director
2013 YEAR IN REVIEW
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With your involvement,
see what Leave No Trace accomplished last year.
EDUCATION
Conducted 521 hands on
trainings, workshops and events
reaching an estimated
9.5M people.
Launched 3 new
online courses
for kids and
adults.
4,000
10M
Provided
advanced Leave No Trace training for
4,000 people.
Exposed over
10M people to a
national public
service campaign
to stop cigarette
butt litter.
COMMUNITY
106,428
Volunteer State Advocates
collectively reached
106,428 outdoor lovers.
400
Enlisted 400
Leave No Trace
Community Partner
Organizations to
take action.
Provided 16 critical
Grants throughout
the nation with the
Center’s Community
Stewardship Initiative
reaching
21,958
kids and
adults.
RESEARCH
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Conduced 2 important
Research Initiatives to uncover
and advance Leave No Trace
education and curriculum.
THE BIG THREE: EDUCATION, COMMUNITY AND RESEARCH
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Get to
know us
The Hazeltons
From Redlands,
Bob and Judi
California
Leave No Trace Members - since 2009
A few things we enjoy as a family
Movies, Car Camping, San Gorgonio Wilderness Area
Before a camping trip, we never leave without
Leave No Trace Reference Cards
Favorite food enjoyed while camping
Spam
“Before we were members we didn’t feel we
could talk to people about why their choices
were a bad idea. For example, people often think,
‘If I am careful with a fire, what difference does
it make where I build it?’ It’s a hard question to
answer without knowing the reasons behind
why these Leave No Trace principles exist. As
How we practice Leave No Trace
members and nationally recognized Trainers, we
are now able to communicate answers.”
Recycle
Educate
In our community
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In the places we visit
Pick up trash
First Learned about Leave No Trace
Camp Manito-wish, YMCA, Wisconsin
Favorite place outdoors
Spider Lake, Wisconsin
FROM
Lake Bluff, Illinois
lives
Practiced Leave
No Trace
Kayaking the
Inside Passage,
Alaska
BROOKE BARRY
New member
“My Leave No Trace membership allows me to be part
Boulder, Colorado
of a community that believes in making a difference.
Became a Leave No Trace member
Practicing Leave No Trace in your own community can
Boulder, Colorado
be as easy as using a reusable water bottle or just
picking up trash whenever you see it”
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Eily Brumder
12 years old
Member
FROM
Hartland, Wisconsin
5 YEARS IN EILY’S OUTDOOR LIFE
2010
First time camping with my big sister at a lake. When we were packing
up, we made sure to leave nothing
behind.
2013
Went to summer camp for the first
time and learned about the 7 Principles of Leave No Trace.
2013/2014
During the school year, I camped in
my friends’ backyard and I taught
everyone what I had learned at
camp about Leave No Trace.
2014
I am going to camp this Summer to
reconnect with my friends and learn
more about camping, nature and
Leave No Trace!
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How do you spend your time outside? Everyday,
Americans seek the outdoors for adventure, kinship,
exercise, solitude and all forms of enjoyment. Yet
the places we have explored and adored for years
are showing significant wear and tear. Many trails
have become human highways, wildlife are harassed
and put d ow n d ue to heavy human intera ction ,
h uman- c aus ed invasive species are stran gling
native flora, and trash clogs our waterways.
What’s Next: Leave No Trace in Every Park
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• In Illinois, Shawnee National Forest’s Garden
of the Gods is in trouble. The trails are a mess
and litter plagues the area, all reeking havoc on
the wildlife and the ecosystem at the 320-million
year old-historic area. This year, Leave No Trace
is headed in to help.
• The emerald, sparsely-populated and pristine
San Juan Islands in Washington see 500,000 visitors annually and is afflicted with trail, user and
wildlife issues. Leave No Trace is there to begin
a program to protect the islands into the future.
• Texas’s beautiful Lake Casablanca State Park
is choked with trash without a solid plan to protect it. They’re desperate for a comprehensive
Leave No Trace program to support the scenic,
heavily used area. Leave No Trace is on the way!
• On a sunny day, San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park becomes what some describe as an epic
festival with over 10,000 people overrunning the
16-acre site. After years of significant strain to
this precious urban resource, they’ve called in
Leave No Trace to help preserve it.
Many outdoor areas across our nation are negatively impacted by people—the reason is not
malicious intent to harm nature or wildlife, it’s
simply a lack of knowledge or skills.
To address these challenges, Leave No Trace is
launching a new campaign to put comprehensive
Leave No Trace education in parks, nationwide.
The campaign includes education and hands-on
training programs for community groups, land
managers and volunteers, Hot Spots, site-specific Leave No Trace at trailheads and visitor centers
and service projects that bring communities together in an effort to forward the Leave No Trace
movement. The outcome: Widespread adaptation of Leave No Trace throughout the national,
regional and local park systems.
YOU: What park do you most care about? Ask yourself: Could it benefit
from Leave No Trace? Call us up and tell us about it. And take the lead by
sharing one simple Leave No Trace practice with your friends and family.
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Sources of Support and Revenue ($1,410,611)
Partnerships & Grants 69%
($973,234)
In Kind Donations 8%
($113,983)
Individual Giving 13%
($178,012)
Merchandise Sales 7%
($104,796)
Donations & Other 2%
($22,787)
Program Services 1% ($17,800)
Use of Funds ($1,267,446)
Program Services 81% $1,025,648
Fundraising 10% $131,015
General & Administrative 9% $110,783
Total Assets at 12/31/13 ($427,923)
Inventory 21% $88,417
Cash & Equivalents 39% $166,789
Accounts Receivable 20% $86,621
Promises to Give 14% $60,000
Furniture & Equipment 4% $17,175
Prepayments 2% $8,921
2013 FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Financial Summary for
the fiscal year ending
December 31, 2013:
Looking back at 2013, the Center celebrates another strong financial year. As planned we were
able to add to our operating reserves, further
strengthening the organization financially. The
Center is making steady progress towards our
long-term financial goals, to support our mission
in perpetuity.
The accompanying summary of financial information is derived from the Leave No Trace Center For
Outdoor Ethic’s audited financial statements. The
complete audited financial statements and annual tax return are available for download on our
website.
Kurt Achtenhagen, CPA
Director of Finance and Operations
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Members and Partners drive the Leave No Trace Center’s vital programs.
the Center recognizes the following people, foundations, companies and
organizations for your important 2013 support.
Leave No Trace’s newly
established Leadership Circle
consists of donors who
commit $1,000+ annually.
Thank you Leadership Circle
Members!
Leadership Circle
Mark Stein & Carol Baker
Richard & Rebecca Crosson
Bill & Martha Cyphers
Jay M. Dement
Steven Fraim
Mark Gasta
Tony Graziano
William Lardie
Laura Loomis
Jason Madlung
Jeff Neitzel
Mack Pearsall
Daniel Segersin
James Smith
Shawn Turner
Angé Workman
Trail Finders ($500+)
Ryan Callaghan
Christian T. Cannon
Chadwick Dayton
Steven Fraim
Samuel Francis
Wendy Little
Rozena Mccabe
Erika Meyers
W. Gregory Plumb
Rob Stephens
Craig Vollmers
Bridget Winsor
Carolyn Workman
Trackers ($250+)
Stephen Abraham
Kurt Achtenhagen
Susy & Mike Alkaitis
Scott Anderson
Douglas Angevine
Corey Crossan
Richard Dodge
Robert Doyle
Lloyd Erlandson
Richard George
Tom Glover
John Hamilton
Scot Hawthorne
Andrea Kasiewicz
Joan Adler & Brad Kauffman
Peggy Reily & Barrett Kennedy
Robert Kuhl
John Lemire
Rhonda Mickelson
David O’leary
Thomas Roberts
Cathy Scheder
Michael Schmitt
Jim Shannon
Judie & Lucas Snipes
David Trump
Sean Von Zwehl
Reed Waite
Dana Watts
Sue Ann Wright
Ruth Yeselson
Wanderers ($171.60+)
David Bates
Valerie Bone
Mike Braun
Kyle Byerly
Jeffrey Carter
Patrick Connelly
Bob Greear
Bob & Judy Hazelton
Richard Jindrich
Joyce Jones
Lilia Kilmer
James Loweecey
Patrick Mcneill
Kevin M. O’Rourke
Patrick Phalen
Charles Pint
Robert Prager
Joseph Princi Ii
Donald Rastede
Steve Robertson
Karen Sangster
Jay Stires
William Straka
Liz Williams
Leyton Wright
Advocates ($100+)
Robert Abernathy
Vijay Acharya
George Ahrens
Lisa Albertson
Lynda Bain
Warren Barnum
Darrell Bartels
Ivan Bartha
Jeannie Batto
John Baxter
Mindy Bazlen
Peter Bergeland
David Bliss
Gary Bloomer
Lauren Blyth
John Boehme
Jeffrey Bond
Robert Bradley
Heather Buckley
Wayne Burns
Raymund Callaway
Enrique Calzada
Steve Campbell
Rosemary Capuano
Judith Carroll
Brian Caster
Jose Cedeno
Paula Church
Lee Clark
Susan Coe
Ed Conover
Diane Cook
Anne Cowan
Felipe Cuevas
Joe Culpepper
Edward Daeschler
Ellen Dahill Govan
George Danis
Thomas Darr
Edward Depaepe
Philip Drago
Martin Dria
John Driscoll
Elizabeth Dunn
Don Dunning
Richard Dworsky
Mary Eagle
Susan Eitel
Scott Elkins
Jim Erwin
Laura Essex
Skip Essman
Irving Eurto
Brendan Evans
Larry Feather
Karen Fernsten
Michael Fogarty
Robert Folzenlogen
Chris & Pj Francis
Kris Fredrick
Lee Fried
Judith Frits
Mark Gatewood
Holly Beth Gorenbergh
Kenneth Haling
James Hall
Gregory Hamilton
Michael Hamlin
Mark Hammer
Michael Handyside
John Harris
David Hartin
Richard Haus
Judi Hazelton
Matthew Heimermann
David Herbster
Dona Hildebrand
Richard Hill
Michael Holmes
Joseph Holtz
Tracy Hoover
Charles Hoppa
Robert Horter
William Houk
Dan Howells
Mileva Huljev
Alex Jeffries
Steve Johnson
Christopher Jones
Chuck Jordal
Peggy Kamins
Kedric Karkosh
Sean Keaveney
Paul Kendzierski
Dale Kennedy
Paul Klonowski
Jeffery Knutson
Randall Krey
Carolyn Kruger
William Langham
Robert Layson
Peter Leaf
Gary Lehr
Yu-Fai Leung
Nathan Liehr
Joe Livingston
Robert Look
John Love
Judy Lund
Mark Lunden
Bob & Cindy Maddex
Eileen Mahoney
Robert Manuel
Jacqueline Mastny
Rex Mcree
Jack Meagher
Steven Mehl
Bruce Michel
Christopher Miller
David Miller
Susan Minor
Mark Miranda
Donald Miskill
Douglas Mitchell
Mark Moody
Heidi & Tom Mottl
Jack Munera
Jim Murray
Nick Myers
Paul Nakao
David Neace
Gayla Nelson
Frances Neuman
Peter Newman
Matt Nolen
Charles Nusbaum
Karen O’Brien
Michael Obrien
Michael Oehmke
Damian Panek
Lara Pearson
Norman Petersen
Robert Pinkston
Milt Plocher
Gregory Plumb
Brian Prather
Scott Prestangen
John Rabold
Stephanie Randall
Joseph Raschke
David Reneau
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Steven Reppert
Dennis Rihm
Kathy Rioux
Jim Robarge
Brian Roberts
Paul Romanelli
Robert Ronzoni
Gatc -Mark Rottmann
Steven Rubeo
Lou Samuel
Laz Sandor
Richard Sauter
Catherine Scheder
Michael Scherer
Paul Schimke
Kurt Schindler
Tony Schwaller
Lisa Scott
Phil Scott
Priscilla Seimer
Rita Seward
Lewis Shelley
Nicole Shirk
Jeff Shriver
Amy Lynn Siegfried
Sean Simpkins
Heather Sinclair
David & Nancy Smith
Jordan Smith
Shawn & Barbara Spencer
Robert Springman
Andreas Stabno
Julie Stapleton
James Stone
Frank Sturges
Jonathon Sutton
Barbara E Swanson
Donnie Tegeler
Raynald Theberge
Lisa Thomas
Charles Thompson
Daniel Thompson
Leslie Thurman
Enertia Trail Foods
Sam Trusner
Bill Vincent
Jerry Vukman
Neil Walker
Ann Marie Wallace
Peter Wallace
Dennis Weaver
James Weissman
Crystal Welch
Jan Welch
Garrett Werner
Eric West
Ken White
Adam Whitlock
Sandoval Will
Stephen Wilson
Joseph Wollet
Charles Woodman
Gregory Wright
Troy Wright
Robert C Wuerdeman
Foundations
AEC Trust
The April Fund
CO Gives Day
Community First Foundation
Earthshare
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Kelleher-Sohn Family Fund / East Tennessee
Foundation
Pugh Family Foundation
TisBest Charity Gift Cards
United Way of Central New Mexico
Valley of the Sun United Way
Workman Wacker Family Foundation of
The Columbus Foundation
Xcel
Patron Partners
Hi-Cone
Keen Footwear
L.L. Bean, Inc.
Patton Boggs LLP
REI
Smartwool
Subaru of America
The Coleman Company, Inc.
The North Face
Corporate Partners
Adventure Film Fest
American Backcountry
Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists
Avid4 Adventure
Backroads
Big Agnes
Burning Man
Campfire in a Can
Cheley Camps
CleanWaste
Clif Bar
Enertia Trail Foods
Falcon Guides
Grand Teton Lodge Company
Grand Trunk
GSI Outdoors
Hennessey Hammocks
Hilleberg The Tent Maker
Honey Stinger
Horny Toad
Industiral Revolution
Jansport
Johnson Outdoors
Leisure Systems, Inc.
Leki
Marmot
Marshmallow Fun Company
Mountain Hardwear
Napier Enterprises
National Geographic Maps
OG
Osprey
Outdoor Research
Planet Bluegrass
Ragnar
Restop
Sea To Summit
Sunski
Trailspace.com
Trango
Transrockies U.S.
Two Knobby Tires
Under Canvas Events
Unreasonable Adventures
Vapur
Zerogram
Small Business and Guide/
Outfitter Services
Acampamento Ãguias da Serra
Adios Adventure Travel
Adventure Scotland Ltd
Agape Group Holdings
Angora Lakes Resort
Beals Studios
Biffy Bag Disposable Toilets
Black Canyon / Willow Beach River
Adventures
Bluhaven Piers
Brio Enterprise
Cache Advance, Inc.
Camping Adventures of North Texas
Chimani, LLC
Deep South Mountaineering
eco-x inc.
Egan & Associates, LLC
Fantastico Sur - Refugios de Montana
FORGE Racing
Fuel For Adventure
GiroVai.com
Glacier Guides Inc. / Montana Raft Co.
Great Lakes Cultural Camps
Green Peak Promotions
GrubHub USA
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Inc.
Iron Gate Survival Supplies
J & H Lanmark
Jack Delf
KAMMOK International LLC.
Kayak Power, Inc.
KOA - Twin Mountain
Lake Oroville Marina
Mormon Lake Lodge
myscenicdrives.com
Nomadas International Group South America
Northerly Outfitters
Outfitters Supply Inc.
Pack Out Gear
Pack Rat Outdoor Center
Packit Gourmet
Pearson Outdoor Education
Pentapitch
Pisgah Map Company, LLC
Redkite Training Solutions
Remoto
San Juan Hut Systems, Inc.
slatworx.com
Sol Peak Products, LLC
Solo Stove
Summit Chile
Sunrift Adventures
Sunshine Rafting Adventures
Tahoe Mountain Sports
TET Travel Expert Technologies
The Acadia Corporation
The Catalyst Center for ADHD
Tin Shed Sports
Tohula
Tradition Creek
Trail Guides Yellowstone
Trail House
Trek Travel
View Asia Adventures
Zero One Vintners
Zip Zone Tours
Aavameri Open-Air Adventures
Active Tours
Adventure International, LLC
Adventure Lovers
Alaska Alpine Adventures
Alaska Island Community Services - Alaska
Crossings
Alaska Mountain Guides and Climbing
School Inc.
Alaska Rivers Company
Alaskan Ventures
All Star Rafting
All-Star Grand Canyon Tours, Inc.
Alpine Ascents
Alpine Endeavors
Alsek River Lodge
American Alpine Institute
Arctic Adventures
Arctic Wild
ArdPark Cabins, LLC
Arizona Climbing and Adventure School
Arizona Outback Adventures
Arizona Outdoor Fun
Balanced Edge
Benegas Brothers Expeditions
Blue Moon Ascents
Bold Earth Teen Adventures
Bridge Walk
Buffalo River Foundation
Call of the Wild Adventures, Inc.
Canoe Experience Sweden
Clear Water Outdoor LLC
Climbing Life Guides
Colorado River & Trail Expeditions Inc.
Cooperativa de Turismo y Servicios
Secret Patagonia
Desert Adventures Eco-Tours
Devils Lake Climbing Guides
Dittmar Adventures
E-Trip Africa (Worldwide Travel Group, LLC)
Echo River Trips
Eden Guides
Escape Adventures, Inc.
Expedition Backcountry Adventures
Flam Guide Service AS
FOS Open Scouting
Four Season Outfitter & Guides
Golden Circle Guides
Grand Canyon Hikes
Grand Canyon Whitewater
Hatch River Expeditions
Himalayan Glacier Trekking
Howard Jeffs Coaching
Hudson River Recreation
Icicle Mountaineering, Ltd.
International Alpine Guides
International Mountain Guides, LLC
Jody Young Adventures
Kaiyote Tours
Kayak Adventures Worldwide
Klein Photo, Ltd.
Kling Mountain Guides
Last Frontiers Trekking
LeadClimb Mountaineering & Resource
Center
Maine Windjammer Association
Mountain Madness
Mountain Trip
Mountain Whitewater Descents
Naturalists at Large
Nature Discovery Ltd.
New England Discovery
O.A.R.S. Whitewater Rafting
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Patagonia Ancestral Routes
Quapaw Canoe Company
Rare Earth Adventures LLC
Rockbrook Summer Camp for Girls
ROW Adventures
Signal Mountain Lodge, LLC
Silver Spur Tours, LLC
Sports Basement
Step Outdoors
Summit Expeditions & Nomadic Experience
SWS Mountain Guides dba Sierra Wilderness
Seminars Inc.
Terratribes Expeditions
The Backpacker
The Coastal Adventure Company
The Element Outdoor Outfitters
The Explorer’s Passage
Trail Adventours Philippines
Tropical Tree Climbing
Utah Canyon Adventures
Valley to Summit, LLC
Vertical Rock Outdoor School
Vertigo River Adventures, LLC
Walk Patagonia
Wet Planet Rafting, Inc.
Whittaker Mountaineering
Wilderness Scotland Ltd
Wilderness Ventures / Scout Gear
Wildland Trekking Company
Wyonegonic Camps
Y Explore LLC
Yellowstone Mountain Club, LLC
yLoop Road Trips
Yosemite Mountaineering School
YourCause, LLC
Parks, Education and
Non-Profit Partners
Birmingham Township
Cantigny Park
City of Austin Parks and Recreation
Department
City of Fayetteville
City of Garland Texas - Parks Recreation and
Cultural Arts
City of Little Rock
City of Tampa Parks and Recreation
Department
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Detroit Lake State Park
Five Rivers Metroparks
Government Canyon State Natural Area
Jefferson County Open Space
Larimer County Department of Natural
Resources
Miami County Parks
Nevada Division of State Parks
New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation - Division of Lands & Forests
North Dakota Parks and Recreation
Department
Oregon Parks Wildlife and Recreation
Orion Township Community Programs
Outdoor Chattanooga
Pennsylvania State Parks
Plano Parks & Recreation Dept.
Red Oak Nature Center
Tennessee Valley Authority
Town of Springdale
Town of Unicoi Parks and Recreation
Department
Vigo County Parks and Recreation
Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation
Adirondack Mountain Club
Adventuresports Institute of Garrett College
Alaska Pacific University
Alzar School
American Quarter Horse Association
Appalachian Mountain Club
Arkansas Tech Univeristy
Aspiro
Auburn Outdoors
Baiguate Training Team
Blue Planet Pups
Bluefields
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
California State University - San Bernardino
Outdoors
Camp Magnolia, LLC
Campus Recreation - California State
University - Santa Monica
Chewonki Foundation
Colorado State University - Pueblo
Corpo Nacional de Escutas
Creepy Valley Adventure Centre
Crossroads of America Council, BSA
Deer Lake Wilderness School
Gateway Academy, LLC
Global Edventure Travel Ltd
Hampshire College
High Mountain Institute
Incline Elementary School
Initiative Outdoor
Landmark Learning
Lasting Adventures, Inc.
Lynchburg College Outdoor
Lyon College
Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands
Missouri State University
Montreat College Outdoor Education
Department
Mount Washington Observatory
Mt. Hood Community College-Wilderness
Leadership and Experiential Education
National Outdoor Leadership School
New Mexico State Outdoor Recreation
Program
North Country Camps
Northern Arizona University Outdoors
Northern Colorado Backcountry Horsemen
Old Dominion University
Ole Miss Outdoors
Outdoor Adventure - University of Central
Florida
Outdoor Kids, Inc.
Outdoor Project
Outposts Ltd
Outward Bound Adventures
Outward Bound USA
Ozarks Outdoors | University of the Ozarks
Penn State University
San Juan College - OLER
San Juan College Outdoor Adventure Club
Santa Rosa Clean Community System
SCSU Outdoor Endeavors
Sentinel Outdoor Institute
Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center
Sierra Nevada College
Snow College Outdoor Leadership &
Entrepreneurship Program
Southern Adventures
Southern Illinois University
Stout Association of Outdoor Recreation and
Education
Student Conservation Association
Texas A & M Commerce Climbing and
Outdoor Adventure Program
The National Center for Outdoor and
Adventure Education
The Peak School
University of Florida - Travel and Recreation
Program (TRiP)
University of Montana Outdoor Program
University of South Florida - Outdoor
Recreation
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
University of Wyoming, Outdoor Adventure
Program
Washington State University Outdoor Rec.
Wee Lee
Western Oregon University
Westfield State University
Abraham Path Initiative
Adamah Adventures
American Canoe Association
American Conservation Experience
American Hiking Society
Appalachian Mountain Club - New York/New
Jersey Chapter Youth Program Committee
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Arkansas Climbers Coalition
Backcountry Horsemen of California
Mid Valley Unit
Backcountry Horsemen of East Tennessee
Backcountry Horsemen of Washington
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Birmingham Zoo, Inc.
Boy Scout Troop 47
Bradford Woods
BSA Troop 0311
Camp Dudley at Kiniya YMCA
Camptown, Inc.
Catskill Mountain Club Inc.
City of North Little (Parks and Recreation)
Colorado Discover Ability
Colorado Fourteeners Initiative
Continental Divide Trail Coalition
DC Firefighters Burn Foundation
Discovery U
Expedition P. L.A.N.E.T.
Florida Division of Recreation and Parks
Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, Inc.
Friends of Enchanted Rock SNA
Friends of Nature
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Friends of Panthertown
Friends of the Wichitas
Front Range Backcountry Horseman
Girl Scouts Heart of Central California
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
Green River Preserve
Green Valleys Watershed Association
High Meadows School, Inc.
High Sierra Volunteer Trail Crew
Higher Ground USA
Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps
Ice Age Trail Alliance
Industrial Evangelistic Fellowship
Kalamazoo Nature Center
Kennesaw Mountain Trail Club
Last Frontier Council - Boy Scouts of America
Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass
Longs Peak Council - Boy Scouts of America
Maine Boys to Men
Maine Island Trail Association
Maine Trail Finder
Mecklenburg County Council Boy Scouts of
America
Montana Pilots’ Association
Mount Nittany Conservancy
Mt. Diablo Silverado Council - Boy Scouts of
America
Nevada Outdoor School
New York/New Jersey Trail Conference
Niobrara Council - Boy Scouts of America
North America Outdoor Institute
North Carolina Outward Bound School
North Country Trail Assoc.
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Northwest Suburban Council - Boy Scouts of
America
Ohio Climbers Coalition
Outaouais Environmental Campus
Outdoor Industry Association
Outward Bound Canada
Outward Bound Hong Kong
Ozark Society
Pacific Crest Trail Association
Paddle Taxi
Paddle4Tomorrow
Pinedale Aquatic Center
Potawatomi Area Council
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club
Potomac Pathways
Presumpscot Regional Land Trust
Quapaw Area Council
Randolph Mountain Club
Sam Houston Area Council - Boy Scouts of
America
San Antonio Parks Foundation
San Juan Mountains Association
Selkirk Outdoor Leadership & Education, Inc.
Show Me Missouri Chapter Backcountry
Horsemen of America
Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council
Southern Conservation Trust
Summit Adventure
Sustainable Learning
Tahoe Rim Trail Association
Tao Mountain
Texas Parks & Wildlife
The Forest Conservancy
The Mountaineers
The Sierra Club
Therapeutic Adventures, Inc.
Tierra Wild
True North Wilderness Program
Utah Stream Access Coalition
Washington Trails Association
Washington Water Trails Association
Wilderness Education Association of
Hong Kong
Wilderness Foundation UK
Wilderness Volunteers
Williamson County Conservation Foundation
Winnebago Council - Boy Scouts of America
WNC Easy Hikers and Walkers
Women Outdoors, Inc.
Woodens River Watershed Environmental
Organization
Yellowstone Association Institute
YMCA Camp Coniston
Youth Share
Memorial Fund
Arkansas’ Quapaw Leave No Trace Trainers in
honor of Alan Miller
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Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
P.O. Box 997
Boulder, CO 80306
800.332.4100
www.LNT.org
ENJOY YOUR WORLD. LEAVE NO TRACE
Thank you for your involvement in the growing movement committed to protecting the outdoors.

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