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Update: Clean Trails, you should join

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March
2015
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No. 9
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Clean Trails News
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Trail Talk
We’re growing by leaps and bounds! Our volunteer drive is proving to be more than fruitful; in the last month we have added 9 new positions to our roster and we would like to recognize and thank these individuals for offering their expertise in fulfilling the Clean Trails mission.

  • Lara McLaughlin, San Francisco – Webmaster
  • Gina Zanutto, Denver – Facebook Channel Manager
  • Megan Young, San Diego – Pinterest Channel Manager
  • Nate Hawkes, Salt Lake – Utah State Coordinator
  • Ku Mei Kern, Salt Lake – Salt Lake Trails Manager
  • Colby Corso, San Diego – San Diego Trails Manager
  • Chris Iorio, Los Angeles – L.A. Trails Manager
  • Michael Panter, Las Vegas – Las Vegas Trails Manager
  • Mido Assran, Saskatoon – Web Applications Developer

Thanks to ALL our volunteers; YOU ROCK!

Join us in keeping our nations’ trails litter free: We know you identify with our mission; if you 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

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5cee4003-1940-4f13-9003-e18b5be02d0b.jpgT.pngVolunteer Spotlight – Brandon Reidhaar

Congratulations to Brandon Reidhaar our Idaho State Coordinator! He’s been busting collaborative moves all over Boise lately. His latest effort was in coordination with the Boise Trail Heads, Idaho Hiking Club, and the Milestone Hiking and Recreation Club presenting at their event “Everything You Wanted To Know About Hiking But Were Afraid to Ask.” His presentation was well received garnering several new Clean Trails supporters while focusing on litter reduction while backpacking. Nice job Brandon! You can learn a bit more about Brandon and others on our management team here.

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a5f833c5-6f7a-4d21-9861-4ac2579f2c23.jpgT.pngLatest Blog Post – Spring Training

Many of us have not stopped moving despite the polar vortex and for others the winter thaw is still months ahead. Our Web/Blog Editor Tim Brown provides his thoughts on how to knock off some of the dust and start moving again.

“Now is the time of year when we end our Winter hibernations. We begin our thaw for the year that lies ahead (sorry, Boston). We knock the dust off of ourselves and start moving again. For some, this time of year is a rebirth; for others, it signals metamorphosis or change. For all of us, it means more sunshine and increased outdoor activity. Forget what Punxsutawney Phil said, Winter is on its way out; Spring is on its way in! (Again, sorry, Boston.)” 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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