Kula community: Marek Bowers, founder of Rawlogy, reached out to me earlier this year through e-mail after discovering Kula at 2 Foot Adventures. W...
"Local" LNT refers to the seven principles and how they can guide us to make choices that help us to respect, care for, and limit our impact within outdoor spaces. But why stop there? It doesn't make sense to value our outdoor spaces and preach the LNT principles if we don't think about how our everyday actions "impact" humanity and the rest of the planet.
"The outdoors is the place where I am able to feel like that happy kid running through the forest again with no other cares or responsibilities other than those in that exact moment and that is absolutely the most beautiful thing to me. I want my nieces and nephews to have those same opportunities when they get older. I want those places that fill my soul to still be around to give them that same feeling. This is why I will fight to protect those places any possible way I can because if we won’t protect the places we love, who will?"
When you discover that stillness that lives inside you, the fears and doubts melt away. The truest version of yourself arises and everything you create is created with love.
"To me, Leave No Trace means exploring nature and leaving it as you found it. We need to preserve nature and leave it viable not only for generations to come, but for the sake of our planet."
As the violinist for The Musical Mountaineers, I've had the incredible opportunity to perform music in wilderness settings, while professional art...
"You’re never too old to learn something new or teach someone else something new! Sharing experiences with others is really what a good life is all about."
"I firmly believe nature is meant to be explored. Explored and respected. As much as I love being out in nature, I love protecting these sacred spaces even more. Leave No Trace is caring for these wild spaces and giving back to them the same love and joyous feeling they give to us."
Peeing, pooping and periods outside ... yes, it means diving into the dazzling subject of body fluids, but, no, it's not as scary as it may sound. With a few easy techniques, plus some groundbreaking (we apologize for the bad pun) gear, these normal bodily functions can be easily managed while in the great outdoors.
Hi Kula Community! I'm absolutely thrilled and honored to introduce the incredible Kit DesLauriers on the Kula adventure blog today. Kit is a profe...
"Keeping our impact on wild places minimal gives us all the opportunity to experience magic in our seemingly normal lives."
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