Vintage/Retired GS badges and memorabilia
Complete nine of the suggested activities:
1. Research the history of Leave No Trace and share what you have learned with others.
2. Watch a video on Leave No Trace. Write an essay on the importance of Leave No Trace.
3. How does Leave No Trace vary between back country and front country?
4. Create a newsletter about Leave No Trace. Make a list of places this should be placed for distribution then make copies for distribution at those various locations, including your Council.
5. On two separate camping/backpack outings, demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace principles.
6. Create a Leave No Trace display board and post it at your Council.
7. Plan and conduct a Leave No Trace awareness session for other girls in your Council.
8. Give a Leave No Trace Presentation to a Junior or Brownie troop.
9. Create a skit reflecting all Leave No Trace principles and share it at a Council event.
10. Assist at least three Juniors in earning their Leave No Trace badge.
11. Go to a state or federal park and take a pro-active role by re-establishing the natural environment (such as working on trail improvements, re-defining fire rings and breaking down new fire rings, removing graffiti).
12. Meet with a Leave No Trace Master educator or Leave No Trace trainer for discussion and set five goals that you will perform at your Council or Nationwide to help educate others about the importance of Leave No Trace and it’s principles.
13. Explain the difference between various equipment used in camping at a typical campground, On Your Own, and Leave No Trace Backpacking. Comparisons should include types of equipment, prices, and effectiveness of methods.