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Wilderness First Aid Training

From: Terrie
Sent on: Monday, March 18, 2019 10:22 PM

Training a dozen trail crew members at the Hough Ranger District in Plumas NF last weekend was inspiring! While I was there, we discussed the need for increasing the number of WFA trained outdoor adventurers. That became even more apparent today during my conversation with Beth, a ranger for SEKI.  The explosion in hikers, backpackers and climbers hitting the trails is straining the resources of our backcountry management agencies, as well as those who respond to emergencies on the trail.

If you've been thinking about getting trained, there's no better time than now. Don't get caught facing an emergency, wishing you hadn't put off learning how to respond.

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Play Safe,




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