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Two primary scientific disciplines form the foundation of the Leave No Trace literature base: recreation ecology and human dimensions of natural resources.
The majority of human dimensions research related to Leave No Trace has evaluated educational efficacy through various communication strategies in an effort to increase knowledge and influence behavioral change (Marion & Reid, 2007).
Both theories have been applied to investigations into the human dimension of natural resource management science generally (Fishbein & Manfredo, 1992; Manfredo, Teel, & Bright, 2004; Marion & Reid, 2007; Vagias & Powell, 2010) and to Leave No Trace investigations specifically (Taff, 2012; Vagias, 2009).
Thus, behavior in terms of Leave No Trace is theoretically determined in part by attitudes (positive or negative) towards specific Leave No Trace recommendations and guidelines.
Based on the TPB and previous research, we hypothesized that future Leave No Trace behavioral intent would be influenced by:
Currently, there are sixteen hundred Leave No Trace Master Educators worldwide representing nine countries and forty-five U.S.
Leave No Trace Trainer courses are typically two-day trainings facilitated in an outdoor setting by Master Educators.
Awareness Workshops involve any type of Leave No Trace training that is one-day or less in length.
The Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program is in its sixth year of operation.
Programs such as Leave No Trace, which promotes responsible outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship, and the ACA's Outdoor Living Skills program, which teaches participants the skills to live comfortably and responsibly in the outdoors, are the vehicles that can be used to create a lasting impact on youth served by camps.
CONTACT: Leave No Trace, (800) 332-4100, www.lnt.org; Wilderness Watch, (406) 542-2048, www.wildernesswatch.org; WildWilderness, (541) 385-5261, www.
To enroll in a Leave No Trace Master Educator course or to learn more about upcoming opportunities, e-mail leavenotrace@appalachiantrail.org.