Sharing with Tread Lightly!

This year, the Tread Lightly! team wants to get even more involved with its members,

This month's photo contest winning submission was submitted by the Utah Adventure Club

This month’s photo contest winning submission was submitted by the Utah Adventure Club

friends and anyone who dedicates time to helping keep access open to the public.

One way we’re doing this is implementing the new “share!” section on our website. This will be a great place to share stories and pictures of our members and friends out in the field spreading the TREAD principles while doing what they love in the outdoors.

The most recent project was our first photo contest. We asked for photos of recreational clubs promoting good stewardship—big thanks to those clubs that submitted!

We invite you to check out the submissions and keep an eye out for future contests and calls for content! We’re excited to work with you all to grow the Tread Lightly! community.


About treadlightlyoutdoors

Tread Lightly!® is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to promote responsible outdoor recreation through ethics education and stewardship. The organization was launched in 1985 by the US Forest Service and became a nonprofit organization in 1990. Tread Lightly!’s educational message, along with its training and restoration initiatives, are strategically designed to instill an ethic of responsibility in a wide variety of outdoor enthusiasts and the industries that serve them. The program’s goal is to balance the needs of the people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain a healthy environment. Tread Lightly!’s core focus is on supporting and encouraging stewardship from those engaged in outdoor recreation on America’s lands and waterways. The organization offers unique programs and services to help remedy growing recreation issues. The federal government officially recognizes the organization as a sole-source service provider of education and training on how to be environmentally and socially responsible while using motorized and mechanized vehicles.
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