So I saw a young man who was doing cleanups and started his own group he called Operation Earth Day Everyday. I mailed him a teddy flag and asked if he would post some of his cleanups to the site. Here is his first submission! Checkout his group on Facebook. Buchans, NL Canada Approximately 45 lbs cleaned up!! https://www.facebook.com/Operation-Earth-day-Everyday-196181097558969/
I've been cleaning up Bear Cut Preserve in Key Biscayne for 16 days and I'm not stopping until it's all done.
Drove up to Lake Elsie with my friend Eric. Cleaned up one bag of trash at the mountain lake. Also left a flag on the national forest board for someone to find. #dowhatyoucan #teddypatrol
Picked up trash while picking huckleberries!
My friend's granddaughter who is only 3 years old did a Teddy Clean up while picking huckleberries. How is it that 3 year olds understand and take action when most adults don't ?
This was an illegal dump spot that was alerted to us on Facebook. I can believe people go that far to dump their trash in the woods. What jerks!
Did a hike with Lu into a mountain meadow. Dropped a few teddy flags on cars and trail heads. All around a great day!
Cleaned up some shooting trash, cans, bottles and shotgun shells.
Hiked into Lake Elise and did a bit of a clean-up
After literally hundreds of runs on Canfield, it felt good to finally give back. My methods need a bit of revision though, as it was a bit comical running out with heaping bags of trash. Thanks Dylan Stiegemeier for the inspiration.