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Do you Tread Lightly!®

Posted on Tuesday, November 15th, 2005 by Robin

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NE Jeep has 6 Master Trainers certified to teach 3 hour Tread Trainer programs to empower your club, association, school, or group to recreate responsibly and spread the word to others. We have programs for children as well as adults and can tailor a program specifically for you whether it be motorized, non-motorized, or a combination of both. Contact Mark Kosciukiewicz, Ron King, Robin Chacon, or Damon Scott HERE .

Tread Lightly! Pledge

Travel & recreate with minimum impact
Respect the environment and the rights of others
Educate yourself plan and prepare before you go
Allow for future use of the outdoors, by leaving it better than you found it
Discover the rewards of responsible recreation

What is Tread Lightly!

Tread Lightly! is a nonprofit organization with unique products and programs to help recreationists minimize their impact on the environment.

Tread Lightly’s mission is to empower generations to enjoy the outdoors responsibly through education and stewardship. We offer educational materials, training courses, restoration opportunities, communication pieces and a variety of tools to help spread our crucial outdoor ethics message.

Invitation to CT Wheelers

Posted on Monday, November 14th, 2005 by Robin

Come one, Come ALL!!!

Those that attended the CT Recreational Trails Draft Plan on November 3 heard the suggestions of the DEP on acquiring land for fullsize 4×4 use in CT. So it’s time for us to do something! See my report below.

When: Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Time: 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Where: Slider’s Sports Bar, 197 Episcopal Road, Berlin, 860-829-9292, meet us in the back room – it’s to the right of the pool tables

At this time we don’t have an agenda but stay tuned, I’ll post as soon as it’s ready. This meeting is open to all CT club members and unaffiliated wheelers looking to legally acquire land for our use in CT.

While we appreciate your wanting to help, PLEASE, no out-of-state wheelers. All northeast states need help and we’re happy to point you in the right direction.


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