A phrase I often cite when writing about hiking or visiting natural and wild places is, “Tread lightly.” An alternative version is, “Leave no trace.” Stating either one, though, provides no specific guidance about compliance, and it’s up to the individual to decide what treading lightly or leaving no trace consists of. 978 more words
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Above, from left, are Bill Poster, course director; Larry Modraki; Brendan Sagi; Harry Price, MCC Outdoor Ethics Advocate; and Jim Sagi. Photo: Axel Anderson, Outdoor Ethics Advocate, Southern Shores Council… 540 more words
Registration is expected to begin this week for the 2018 BSA National Outdoor Ethics Conference to be held near Kansas City, Kansas, this fall.
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The weight limit is 15kg. On top of this comes your share of the tent, and either a camping stove, a cooking pot, or the group shovel. 1,058 more words