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Nevada Outdoor School's Outdoor Ethics Program

If you enjoy panoramic views, vast openness of playa, winding your way through deep canyons, rugged mountain peaks, racing up sand dunes, or simply breathing in fresh air; outdoor ethics are essential to you. Through Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! and ATV Safety programming NOS is inspiring a culture of outdoor ethics and responsible stewardship in Northern Nevada. You will find NOS Outdoor Ethics outreach at local schools, field trips, summer camps and special events. Additionally, look for us at "Road Show" events all across Nevada. Our goal is to keep pulic lands open and beautiful for generations to come.

NOS Outdoor Ethics Lessons Page
Destination Recreation - Plan your next adventure!
the NOS Blog


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Leave No Trace Web site

Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of outdoors by all people, worldwide. Participants of all ages can learn about ethical land use while enjoying the outdoors during fun and informative workshops, hiking, backpacking, snow shoeing, camp-outs, volunteer events, and more. Through responsible recreation we will be able to conserve sensitive resources and ensure that others will be able to enjoy public lands in the future.

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Tread Lightly! Web site

Tread Lightly!
Tread Lightly!, Inc. is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities in the outdoors through education and stewardship initiatives. Participants of all ages can learn about ethical land use while enjoying the outdoors during fun and informative workshops, day camps, ATV rides, camp-outs, volunteer events, and more. Through responsible recreation we will be able to balance the needs of people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain a healthy environment and ensure that others will be able to enjoy public lands in the future.

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ATV Safety
Nevada Outdoor School offers ASI (ATV Safety Institute) and OASYREP (Oregon ATV Safety Youth Rider Endorsement Program) safety course to partners and the general public. Additionally, NOS ATV Rider Camp provides youth with the knowledge and skills to be safe and responsible riders.


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How can you get involved?
Learn how to minimize your impact on the environment, become involved in the community, and enjoy the outdoors! Discover more about outdoor ethics:

  • Arrange a lesson in a classroom or other setting! Take a look at our outdoor ethics lessons page for more information.
  • Attend a Nevada Outdoor School event! Check our calendar below often as it is updated regularly.
  • Host a Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly! training or event.
  • Partner with us for an event or training.
  • Invite us to an event.

Upcoming Outdoor Ethics Events:

Event: Water Canyon NPLD When: November 5, 2016 Where: Water Canyon
Event: ASI ATV Safety Course When: November 12, 2016 Where: Winnemucca

For more information about our outdoor ethics program or events please contact
Leah Stolworthy at 775.623.5656 or Leah.Stolworthy@NevadaOutdoorSchool.org