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Putting Leave No Trace Principles Into Practice

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Every individual plays an important role in protecting our local, state and national parks and trails. With warmer weather on the way and as we enjoy time outdoors, it’s important to be mindful of the effects our actions may have on plants, animals, other people, and even whole ecosystems.

Join us on April 22 at 6 PM for a FREE presentation by Beth Fenstermacher, City of Concord Assistant City Planner, on the Leave No Trace Principles and learn how you can help minimize human impacts. These principles were established by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, and are based on and informed by scientific research in the fields of recreation ecology and human dimensions of natural resources.

This event is FREE but registration is required:

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