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Organziation Pushing to Keep Our Trails Clean. Get Involved and Pick Up After Yourself and Others.

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February
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No. 8
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Clean Trails News
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Trail Talk
We’re expanding! We’re planning to make a big impact this year and so we’ve adopted a strategic initiative to expand our field activities across the country. Since litter typically follows people, we are targeting trails around 10 major metropolitan areas. You can be part of the solution as a state or regional coordinator.We are currently looking for volunteers to help us in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, and New York City. Contact our Board Chair Steve Jewett, if you would like to learn more about how you can participate and make a difference on the trails in your home town area. steve@cleantrails.org

If your would like to chip in, but your towns is not listed, don’t despair, We’ve been busy in lots of areas and chances are we can connect you someone that’s got a movement started. Give us a shout and we’ll get you connected! info@cleantrails.org

Do you know someone interested in organizational development? In addition to stepping up our field activities, we’re working on building out our organizational structure. If you identify with our mission and are looking for a rewarding volunteer experience building a nation-wide network of volunteers, email our Interim Executive Director your resume and we’ll find you a great organizational opportunity. rsolosky@cleantrails.org

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22132e06-3967-4e38-a5a2-8d6a445b6920.jpgT.pngVolunteer Spotlight – Katie MaloneKatie Malone is all about generating momentum. Throughout her professional career, she has served in various marketing and promotional roles. Having honed the power of social media to build online communities, Katie is now generating momentum and creating a community of Clean Trails members. Read More…
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1668c371-2497-41c2-9f75-69369c85f5db.jpgT.pngLatest Blog Post – Lessons from TreesOur latest blog post written by our Colorado State Coordinator Lindsay Walton is a whimsical reflection on the interconnectedness we all have with nature…

“To stay rooted- to remain humble, to appreciate family, and to connect with our beginnings; to embrace the journey that brought us here. To expand into the world- to travel and explore, experiment with exciting new food and people, cultures, languages, ideas; to change our deeply-rooted principles at any moment… because, well… we can.” Read More Here…

We’re really interested in your stories, send them to info

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LOVE THE LAND | LOSE THE LITTERStudy after study shows the highest indicator that someone will pick up litter is if they witness someone else picking up litter. That’s because peer group norms are more powerful than incentives, and when worked in concert with each other, they can provide impressive behavioral change impacts.ENLIST YOUR FRIENDS, SEND THEM THIS EMAIL AND ASK THEM TO JOIN TOO!

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As the number of visitors increase and the amount of wild spaces decrease, the areas traveled receive more concentrated exposure to impact from humans. This inevitably leads to an abundance of litter on our trail systems, whether as a result of accidental loss, an uncaring individual, or an uneducated public. Together we can turn that around.
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