Teaching Backcountry F eminine H ygiene. Presented by: Julieanne Barrus, Krista Fehr, & Sarah Malyn. After today, we hope you will feel more knowledgeable and confident with the 3 main components of feminine hygiene. 3 main components.
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Julieanne Barrus, Krista Fehr, & Sarah Malyn
After today, we hope you will feel more knowledgeable and confident with the 3 main components of feminine hygiene.
1 - Quick tips for backcountry feminine hygiene
2 - How to practice proper Leave No Trace techniques
3 - How to teach these outdoor living skills to your participants
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