CorpsTHAT COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT

Safety is our number one priority and we have had to make the hard decision to postpone our Conservation Crew until this fall.

CorpsTHAT volunteers are currently working remotely from home to continue to bring our community outdoor and conservation content

At CorpsTHAT, we understand how import the outdoors is for our physical and mental health.  We recognize how challenging getting outdoors safely has felt while quarantining, following our shelter in place orders and social distancing.  During this COVID-19 pandemic it is even more important to make sure we are going outdoors safely so we do not put ourselves or others at risk. This video provides guidance and best practices for social distancing while still enjoying and connecting with the outdoors.

 

Listed here are additional resources for getting outdoors safely during COVID-19:

For park closures that may affect trails check The Trek

For cancellations of events and closures that are related to the National Trail System, see the Partnership for the National Trail System website.

Resources on state park impacts can be found at American Trails

Check the website or social media page for your local hiking club, outdoor organization and many parks have Friends of  organizations that are a good place to look for local updates for your favorite parks or green spaces.

Check the website or social media page for your local Parks and Recreation Department (or your State’s equivalent).

 

Lots of other outdoor organizations have also put together guides for getting outside responsibly during the pandemic, a few we recommend are listed here:

Washington Trails Association

Leave No Trace

Outdoor Alliance

And Latino Outdoors has a lot of great resources in Spanish

 

Thank you and stay safe!

-The CorpsTHAT Team

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