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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:

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:

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

To request a course in your area, email [email protected]

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How do I attend this training and what do I need? October 6 - Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Tremont, Pennsylvania

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How do I attend this training and what do I need? October 6 - Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Tremont, Pennsylvania

If you click on the link in the post above, below the list of Master Courses, it will take you to the webpage with the list of courses on Treadlightly.org. There is a "register" button underneath the course listing.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Thanks. I must have missed the link when I was checking it out before. I have a few ATV clubs in our area thinking about joining.

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One was voted on and passed, the other one will have to wait until the next meeting.

Mike

Thanks. I must have missed the link when I was checking it out before. I have a few ATV clubs in our area thinking about joining.

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Thanks. I must have missed the link when I was checking it out before. I have a few ATV clubs in our area thinking about joining.

Glad to hear it. Let us know if there is anything we can do to answer any questions about joining or benefits.

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