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    Tread Lightly! Trainer Courses

    Good morning everyone. As we continue to take massive strides in promoting responsible use of public lands in order to minimize impacts on the environment, other users, and future recreational access we are starting to look more and more to our volunteers. The Tread Trainer program started in 2003 to help build an "army" of volunteers to help support and encourage responsible recreation within their communities, and through that program, we currently have nearly 500 active trainers nationwide. Tread Trainers are equipped after a one-day course with tools and training to host awareness workshops, and provide outreach. Master Trainers are equipped after a two-day course to not only provide those same, but also to train Tread Trainers in their areas.

    Interested in helping us in your area?

    Here is an updated list of our upcoming Trainer Courses:

    Master Tread Trainer:

    August 21 - NOHVCC Conference in Great Falls, Montana. *CANCELLED*

    October 6 - Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Tremont, Pennsylvania

    November 17 - Uwharrie Off-Road Training Center in Uwharrie, North Carolina

    To view more detailed information or to register - Tread Lightly - Master Trainer Courses


    Tread Trainer:

    September 31 - Southington Off-Road Park in Windham, OH (Hosted by Northeast Ohio 4x4)

    To view more detailed information or to register - Tread Lightly - Trainer Courses


    To request a course in your area, email treadtrainer@treadlightly.org

    Last edited by Tread Lightly!; 08-08-2012 at 09:32 AM.
    To learn more about Tread Lightly! and responsible use of public lands, or to become a member, visit www.treadlightly.org

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    September 31st course was listed incorrectly. Apologize for any inconvenience.
    To learn more about Tread Lightly! and responsible use of public lands, or to become a member, visit www.treadlightly.org

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