Wend and Leave No Trace Join Forces!

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Eco-sensitive adventure magazine Wend has joined forces once again with the Leave No Trace program are teaming up on a great promotion. Throughout the month of August, $5 of every full priced Wend subscription will go directly to Leave No Trace.

Additionally, Wend and LNT are also running a caption contest on the Wend Blog every Tuesday in August as well. Creative and witty readers will be asked to submit their entry for a great caption for a photo, with the winner being announced on the following Tuesday when the next photo goes up. Weekly winners will receive a cool swag bag full of great outdoor gear, including a pair of Chaco sandals; a pair of Smartwool socks and a base layer from Smartwool; as well a Base Camp Duffel bag from The North Face; and a Planet Explore reusable water bottle and seed card. The first entry is now available on the blog, so click here to submit your caption.

This is a great promotion from two organizations I respect and admire quite a bit. I’m a big fan of Wend‘s coverage of the outdoor/adventure community and of course who doesn’t respect the Leave No Trace gang? If you’ve been tempted to get a Wend sub in the past, this is the perfect opportunity to do so, while contributing to the LNT organization too.

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2 thoughts on “<i>Wend</i> and Leave No Trace Join Forces!”

  1. We do a lot of camping (it's our job) and we find that a LOT of people are still unaware of the LNT message. They practice more of a LSB philosophy (Leave Shit Behind). Diapers are biodegradable – right? Please – if you see something wrong don't just let it happen! Politely ask that they clean up the area; if that doesn't work then note the license plates, photograph the area & report them. OH, and pick up the garbage anyway!

    The Arizona Adventure Team
    http://www.360-adventures.com

  2. Good reminder Bruce. LNT is a great program, and very valuable. Any chance we get to spread the word is important.

    I think most of the real outdoor people are aware of LNT, but the weekend warriors/campers don't have a clue.

    Thanks for your good work!

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