Trail Guardian - Leave it Better Than You Found it

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Great idea Michael. Keeping trails and back roads free of trash and abuse is always a topic of conversation when I'm out with friends enjoying the great outdoors.
 

Jeffrey Richards

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I here you what an awesome idea, just this past week my dad , oldest son and I were out hunting and stopped by one of the remote camp sites. We spent an hour cleaning up all the crash . I should of took pictures, it was awful. But when it was done the camp sites were clean 4 bags of trash were removed, the fire pits were restocked with rocks awaiting the next group of campers, hopefully they'll take better care of it.


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Bobby Young

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I love this. I'm already doing this as part of my job , plus I'm a Cub Scout leader and we already teach this to the kids. This is great, keep it up!
 
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Anak

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Good job Michael. Hopefully this will motivate some more folks to get out there and make a difference.

The San Bernardino National Forest has a healthy Adopt-A-Trail program. I have been participating in that for the the past several years. I have done about 150 hours and The Varmints have racked up about 400 hours between them. It is depressing to see how some people treat our open spaces. If we can get more folks to switch from being part of the problem to becoming part of the solution that will make a huge difference.

Kudos Michael.
 

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Didn't have the opportunity to set up a rally point, but this weekend, my wife and I were camping up at Berryessa, and then drove north and spent time driving through part of the Knoxville OHV park - and cleaned this stuff up.... Oye...
 
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