When I was at Beus Pond (Ogden City) last week, a young woman waved as she walked past pushing a stroller. I watched her get into her car, then before leaving she threw her sanitizing wipe on the ground. As I gathered my grabber and gloves to go and pick it up, another young womanContinue reading “Defeats the Purpose of Personal Protective Equipment”
MYTH: “The city pays someone to clean up, we shouldn’t have to do that.” TRUTH: The city DOES pay someone to clean up, but the hours required to maintain a clean city – especially one with 46 parks and 75 miles of trails – exceed what the city is able to afford. Cities rely onContinue reading “Litter Myths”
I’m walking through the woods on a cool autumn morning, enjoying the crunch of red and yellow leaves beneath my feet and the warmth of the sun peeking through the treetops. The unfinished project on my desk, the argument with my sister last night, the decision about whether or not to accept a new job–allContinue reading “Why I started pliking”
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