This month I am taking a Leave No Trace Trainer (LNT) course to be trained on teaching the LNT principles and other land ethic issues, which should be great.
Below is a LNT Youtube video I found; enjoy!
Leave No Trace is a universal philosophy… part of any outdoor experience…to foster a cooperative spirit of stewardship…from [everyone] including federal land management agencies, outdoor equipment manufacturers, NGOs, outfitter and guide services, local governments…[and] individuals. Leave No Trace is…leads us all towards the common goal of enjoying the outdoors responsibly.”
Through the next of the couple of the months I want share each principle and talk about why its important. If we do our part keeping the land as good or better than we found it, our children may enjoy it in the future.
Below is a 10 min video introducing leave no trace, produced by the National Park Service.
I would love to hear your thoughts on why you go outdoors and why it is important to keep these areas pristine. Feel free to comment below your thoughts about LNT and land ethics.
Recently I acquired this new folding Charcoal Chimney. It is the first of its kind, its very surprising that no one has made a folding chimney before. It fits in a standard 12 inch dutch oven and is very compact in comparison to its counter parts. I am going to go over the features then the experience I’ve had so far.
I Recently acquired the WindPro II. A long, long time ago I use to have the original WindPro and used it a lot. But more recently I have been using my MSR Pocket Rocket for backpacking trips and my main stove. I had been missing the wider stability and the more control this stove has.
If you've been hiking you know the pain and suffering that can come from rocks, sand, and stickers getting into your trail shoes; blisters, chafing, and ruined socks are common maladies. However there are a great number of low-to gaiters known as scree gaiters that are designed to block all that stuff and more, keeping your precious feet intact.