Get Involved

Simply visiting our website is a great way to be involved in the remote discussion. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and are an important way to advance our mission: the scientific exploration of American’s remote, wild places, helping families and individuals experience the natural world, and increasing public awareness about conservation issues. There are other ways you can get involved as well…

Monetary Donations -  Remote Footprints operates within Coastal Plains Institute, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.  All donations made from this website go directly toward Remote Footprints and are tax deductible.  We have virtually no overhead so you can be confident that your money will be directly applied to our mission.  Clicking here will take you to our donation page.

In-Kind Donations - Okay, maybe you are short on the cash these days but if you want to get involved and can donate your skills, we’d love to hear from you.  Are you an expert web designer? A lawyer specializing in non-profit organizations? Do you have amazing video editing skills? Experience with developing education materials?  Get in touch with us at [email protected].

Get in on the Discussion - These webpages can be a vector to learn more about conservation issues, express your opinions, get out your ideas, and make comments.  Learn more about and discuss remoteness issues on the Issues page (coming soon), research remoteness on the Remote Resources page, and add your comments and ideas to the Project Remote page and State Remote Spot expedition journals.

Find Us on Facebook - We are continually updating our Facebook page with photos, discussions, and stories from our latest ventures.

Spread the Word - If you enjoy being part of the Remote Footprints community, share our information and website with your friends, your colleagues, and that guy at the coffee shop who you overheard lamenting the noise pollution at his favorite camping spot.

Become a Partner - We are always interested in partnering with companies and organizations to build our capacities and facilitate the accomplishment of our missions.  Contact us at [email protected].

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