Arthur Carhart NWT Store Catalog


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rite in the rain booklet

Item #102 Rite-in-the-Rain Booklets

3-3/8” x 4 ½” 24 page Water Resistant Field Notebook.  Includes “The Wilderness Act” complete text.  Front of notebook has the “Keep Wilderness Wild” logo with the wolf/moon and agency logos.  Inside of notebook lists the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center's mission, vision, and goals, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics seven principles, and has 16 double-sides ruled pages for notes.  The back cover of the notebook has the Four Cornerstones of Wilderness Stewardship and the contact information for the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center.

water bottle

Item #103 Water Bottles

Nalgene (Newest Design) 24 oz graduated. BPA Free.  Specific to Carhart is:  wolf/moon logo, agency logos (BLM, FWS, FS, NPS), also:  FOUR CORNERSTONES of Wilderness Stewardship.

lapel pin

Item #105 Wilderness Lapel Pins

Gold Finish Soft Enamel with Epoxy Clutch backs.  “Wilderness America's Enduring Resource” ¾” square with the Wolf howling in the Moon.


Item #106 Wilderness Brochures

Glossy folded size 3-3/4” x 8-1/2” entitled:  “Wilderness:  An Enduring Resource” Educational brochure outlining the benefits of wilderness, quotes from Howard Zahniser, Lyndon B. Johnson, Rachel Carson, and color prints of a few wilderness sites from around the country.  The brochure also lists the 4 federal agencies charged with managing wilderness stewardship.


Item #107 Stickers

3” x 3” square stickers promoting “”.  Sets come in twelve colorful, unique scenes reminding us to head to the Wilderness after visiting the online resource for wilderness stewardship.  Apply the sticker to your coffee cup, laptop, or bike helmet.


Item #108 Four Cornerstones Backpack Towels

Use your Multi Towel for all your activities and adventures.  Compact, quick-drying towel offers superb absorbency at a minimal weight.  85% polyester, 15% nylon micro fiber. Machine washable, anti-bacterial fabric.  Weight:  4 oz. Dimensions:  39.5” x 23.5”.  Comes with handy zippered mesh pouch.  The Four Cornerstones to Wilderness Stewardship is printed on the corner of the towel.


Item #109 Wilderness Forever <> Safety Always Bandana

Bandana measures 21.5” x 21.5”, wine colored background with cream print, 65/35 poly/cotton, Rolled edge finish, Carhart wolf/moon logo, agency logos (BLM, FWS, FS, NPS).  On the trail or in the boardroom, this accessory has countless uses.

hand sanitizer

Item #110 Keep Wilderness Wild Hand Sanitizer

Refillable Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer, .5 fl oz, with moisturizer and Vitamin E.  Black Neoprene holder with clip has white “Keep Wilderness Wild” with wolf and moon on front and on back.  Clip this refillable sanitizer to your backpack, belt, or purse to kill germs on contact when there isn’t time to wash.


Item #111 Keep Wilderness Wild Lanyard

This 0.75” x 32” maroon lanyard with white “Keep Wilderness Wild” wolf and moon and includes a swivel O Ring and metal clip that make it great for holding glasses, keys, nametags, or security badges.


Item #112 Hats (Fabric Strap)

Khaki color, durable and soft twill, made from 100% cotton brushed, 6 panel, mid profile, self fabric adjustable strap.  The soft feel of brushed twill looks great wear after wear.


Item #113 American Values: American Wilderness DVD

Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center in association with High Plains Films Presents:  AMERICAN VALUES-AMERICAN WILDERNESS, with Christopher Reeves.  In AMERICAN VALUES:  AMERICAN WILDERNESS, a diverse group of Americans, including a teen-age daughter of Cambodian refugees, a children’s book author, a cancer survivor, a Native American tribal chairman, inner city kids, and the late Christopher Reeve, among others,  share their values for wilderness.  Their experiences and hopes are interspersed with inspiring Photography of the beautiful wild lands that have captured their hearts.  A labor of love for Christopher Reeve, the actor donated his time and energy to this film – one of his last on-screen appearances before his death in October 2004.