Emy Gelb, left, enjoys working with kids on the Leave No Trace tour. “They have that sense of wonder and curiosity,” she said, “and the moment you take them outside and slow down and really explore, they fall in love and they develop this deep connection with wanting to learn more about the places around them.”
Emy Gelb, left, enjoys working with kids on the Leave No Trace tour. “They have that sense of wonder and curiosity,” she said, “and the moment you take them outside and slow down and really explore, they fall in love and they develop this deep connection with wanting to learn more about the places around them.” Courtesy of Leave No Trace
Emy Gelb, left, enjoys working with kids on the Leave No Trace tour. “They have that sense of wonder and curiosity,” she said, “and the moment you take them outside and slow down and really explore, they fall in love and they develop this deep connection with wanting to learn more about the places around them.” Courtesy of Leave No Trace

Traveling trainers bring Leave No Trace principles to Boise

August 09, 2016 11:52 PM