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The basic essentials of minimizing impact on the wilderness

by Michael Hodgson

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by ICS Books in Merrillville, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Outdoor recreation -- Environmental aspects,
  • Wilderness areas -- Recreational use

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 66) and index.

    Statementby Michael Hodgson ; illustrations by Eric Gossler.
    SeriesThe basic essentials series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV191.6 .H63 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1543589M
    ISBN 100934802785
    LC Control Number91022569
    OCLC/WorldCa23940616

    The “10 Essentials” • plan ahead & prepare • travel & camp on durable surfaces • dispose of waste properly • leave what you find • minimize campfire impacts* • respect wildlife • be considerate of other visitors "Leave No Trace" *For emergency use only; fires are not allowed in Mount Rainier’s Wilderness. Planning Your Visit. There are six basic wilderness survival skills that I have learned over the years that will get me through any survival condition. If you want to know what these are then keep reading on. As you thread on further, you’ll be surprised to know that these skills are quite simple yet require a lot of time, effort and practice.

    As a boy I made mental notes of what Brian did to survive; every boy secretly dreams and wonders about whether he’d be up for such a challenge. I couldn’t help taking away some lessons this time around, too. Here are 10 wilderness survival skills that a man of any age can glean from Hatchet. Note: All quotes are from the book. 1. A number of new books on low impact hiking and camping techniques have been published, including a revision of "Soft Paths" (), "The Basic Essentials of Minimizing Impact on the Wilderness" (Hodgson ), "Wild Country Companion" (Harmon ), "Leave No Trace: Minimum Impact Outdoor Recreation" (Harmon ), and "Leave No Trace: A Guide.

    For those who work or aspire to work in the outdoors, a wilderness medicine certification is the credential employers value. Courses include the day Wilderness First Responder and our intensive, day Wilderness EMT. These are the industry standard for professional guides, trip leaders, search and rescue team members, and more. The principles and techniques for minimizing impact vary depending on our activity, the environment we’re in, and how many people are in our group. We will cover the 7 Principles on a very basic level, if you are interested in more specific techniques or the science behind the guidelines, go to the Leave No Trace website or take a Trainer or.


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