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Outdoor Leadership Training

Washington Trails Association’s new Outdoor Leadership Training program gets youth, aged 10 - 18, out on trails by empowering teachers and youth workers with the training and resources they need to lead safe and fun outdoor adventures.

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Washington Trails Association’s new Outdoor Leadership Training program gets youth, aged 10 - 18, out on trails by empowering teachers and youth groups with the training and resources they need to lead safe and fun outdoor experiences. Adult trip leaders can up for skills building workshops, borrow free gear and apply for a mini-grant to help with transportation costs.

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FAQ 100pxFrequently Asked Questions

Find answers to some of the most common questions about the program.
>> Learn more about the program by reviewing the FAQs

 

nullOutdoor Leadership Workshops

Take part in training to increase trip leading skills for youth workers and teachers.
>> Learn more about upcoming workshops

 

nullGear Lending Library

Borrow the appropriate gear for safe and fun outdoor experiences.
>> Learn more about gear lending

nullFunding Assistance

Apply for a mini-grant to fund trip transportation, food or other expenses.
>> Learn more about funding assistance


nullOnline Community Support

Join a peer forum to ask questions, share trip ideas and stay connected.
>> Join the community discussion

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