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How to Make Your Camping Trips More Sustainable

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New York — Tuesday, June 29, 2021From 8:00 pm to 9:00 pmLos Angeles — Tuesday, June 29, 2021From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmLondon — Wednesday, June 30, 2021From 1:00 am to 2:00 amAthens — Wednesday, June 30, 2021From 3:00 am to 4:00 amSingapore — Wednesday, June 30, 2021From 8:00 am to 9:00 amSydney — Wednesday, June 30, 2021From 10:00 am to 11:00 am


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More and more people are heading outdoors for recreational purposes these days.

Whether it's because they’ve found a naturally socially-distant way to travel or because they’ve discovered the healing power of nature or simply because they want to get away from it all for a few days, there’s no bad reason to get outside and spend a few nights under the stars.

But with more people enjoying all Mother Nature has to offer, a lot of our public lands and natural spaces are suffering. So if you’re headed outdoors for some quality camp time this season, commit to doing it sustainably!

In this presentation, Alisha McDarris, a travel and outdoor journalist and co-founder of sustainable travel and adventure blog Terradrift.com, will guide you on your way to a more responsible and sustainable outing.

She’ll cover:

  • Selecting sustainable gear
  • Leave No Trace principles
  • How to find a sustainable campsite
  • How to eat well while reducing your footprint
  • Tips for reducing waste and respecting resources in the outdoors so you can not only enjoy time outside but protect the natural spaces we all love!

ALISHA McDARRIS is a freelance journalist, blogger, and photographer who specializes in any and all subjects related to the outdoors and veganism. Her work has appeared in Backpacker, Popular Science, Atlas Obscura, Roadtrippers, Forks Over Knives, and more. She’s also the co-founder, writer, and snarky video personality over at sustainable travel and outdoor adventure blog Terradrift where the goal is to help more people get outside safely, responsibly, and sustainably.

Connect with Alisha via her website Terradrift, Instagram @terradrift, YouTube, and on Facebook.

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