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Mac Reyes Jun 23
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Wester Ross Biosphere 13h
training a good place for businesses to start learning about responsible behaviour in the environment
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Dr. Win 5h
Replying to @Paleowin
Field program taking 9th graders out as part of their high school biology class! Everything from to the ethics of paleontology and fossil collecting
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Candace Chu 2h
Proud to be a Field Crew member of this team in !!
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Steve Smith 20h
Replying to @davewlsn @Katie__Eden
Unfortunately this has been my experience too. Just don't understand the mentality of some people. Filthy animals. Simple If you can carry it with the contents , then you can carry it back empty. Its lighter!
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Louis William Clay Jun 22
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Rory Southworth 5h
Rubbish picked up on Saturday's Yorkshire 3 Peaks Plogging run.
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Lady Hobbs Jun 23
I hope this whole ‘leaving loads of rubbish in the cinema as that’s what cleaners are for’ culture ends soon, as it’s absolute disgusting and disrespectful
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Rory Southworth 5h
Litter picked up on Kinder Scout on Sunday's multi-dip wild swim plogging link up.
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VYCC 33m
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South Florida Finds Jun 22
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Lee's Outdoor Blog Jun 23
So glad it was only me that stayed, it's tiny!
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Jenny Sherwen 7h
Replying to @NTScafellpike
We picked up this on our hike
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The Glasto Bimble Jun 21
Replying to @EveeHodders
Don't do that unless you have a bucket. You are not supposed to piss on the land.
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NASA GLOBE Observer 8h
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, along the trail, visited by 3 million people annually burned in 2017 from a human-caused wildfire. June 24 - July 1 help restore the area - Hot Spot Program.
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Altitude Snacks Jun 20
Camping & backpacking season is here! Know the 7 principles? 1. Plan ahead & prepare 2. Travel & camp on durable surfaces 3. Dispose of waste properly 4. Leave what you find 5. Minimize campfire impact 6. Respect wildlife 7. Be considerate of other visitors
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techyted 4h
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Sarah Jones Jun 21
It seems that some folk think this is an acceptable way to treat the fell 😡
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BC AdventureSmart Jun 22
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TimH 9h
Now this is the type of experience I'd like to have.
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