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Is "pack it in, pack it out" too much to ask?


Venture to almost any public riding area immediately after a holiday weekend and you’re likely to find piles of trash, water bottles and empty beer cans left behind. In high trafficked areas like Glamis, California, the amount of refuse left behind is disturbing. While this behavior is detestable and no doubt a significant factor in the closing of popular riding areas, a group of Glamis regulars have launched the Glamis Black Bag Project as a way to encourage people to practice good stewardship of the dunes and take their garbage with them.

Check out the videos here: Glamis Black Bag Project Launches Initiative to Preserve the Dunes - ATV.com
 

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Private club i belong to, u would have a hard time finding a piece of paper, bottle or can anywhere on the 5,000 acres, but i guess when u actually have a key to the property you do ur part to keep it clean


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I see this in public places around here also - public fishing piers, state parks, etc. It is like some people think there is a maid following them around to clean up. I've done many "clean up the beaches" and the stuff you find is unbelievable. I'd like to smack these people in the face and make them clean up for a while.
 
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