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PostSubject: Leave No Trace educational day at Rostellan Woods   Fri 09 Aug 2013, 3:11 pm

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Thursday, 12 September 2013
Time10:30 until 16:30
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SECAD are runnning a Leave No trace awareness day this September in order to help spread the Leave No Trace message. The Leave No Trace outdoor ethics programme is based on 7 principles that teach us how to promote and enjoy the outdoors responsibly.
It promises to be a fun and educational day at Rostellan Woods (so please bring along suitable outdoor clothing).
Individuals from community trail development groups as well as outdoor recreation, waterpsorts and adventure activity providers from the SECAD area are invited to attend.
This is a certified course and is free of charge.

For further details on this event contact William O Halloran on 0871366373, or wohalloran@secad.ie.
Places are limited for this course so please confirm your attendance asap.
For more info on Leave No Trace visit www.leavenotraceireland.org or else read on.

Leave No Trace Ireland is a network of organisations and individuals with an interest in promoting the responsible recreational use of the outdoors. As increasing numbers of people seek the beauty and exhilaration of outdoor recreation, our collective mark on the environment and its natural processes, increases. Litter, disturbance to vegetation, water pollution, wildlife, livestock and other people are all indicators of the need to develop a national ethic that protects both natural and cultural heritage. Techniques designed to minimise the social and environmental impacts to these areas are incorporated into the Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics Education Programme as seven Principles.
Ireland's countryside is undoubtedly a high quality natural resource, both spatially extensive and diverse in nature. The extensiveness and diversity of the resource base lends itself to the provision of opportunities for a wide range of countryside recreation activities for both the local population and for an increasing number of tourists.

As pressure on our landscapes and seascapes from recreational use continues to increase, it is necessary that a national system is put in place which will ensure that visitors to the Irish countryside, whether locals or tourists, visit with care.
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