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Cleanup #50, 51; site 31: This week at work, co-instructor Jess and myself guided a group of 7 young women through Algonquin park on a off grid canoe trip. After a few days of meal and gear prep, we greeted the brave souls off the bus and began to walk them through what we hoped would be a week to remember. . . We set out on a 4 day loop that would bring us through Tom Thompson lake, to Sunbeam lake, to Joe East arm. The first day was quite light and so we had time to layer on some teachings that might allow the girls to make more connections with our natural environment. We had many laughs and light chats, but equally as many deep meaningful ones. . . We discussed climate change, our carbon footprints, the global plastic crisis and how we wanted to empower and encourage change within our own tiny nomadic community of 9 women for the week. Packing food barrels for the trip was plastic heavy; but we didn’t have to be. Every plastic food bag we emptied as the week progressed was reused for organic waste, as a dry bag, or repurposed upon our return. We made only what we could eat, and we left no trace along the way. We cleaned plastics from each camp site we visited. We used our own strength/fuel to travel distance, we foraged to make cedar and white pine teas. We cooked over fire, and we purified lake water to drink. We harmonized with nature and taught how to live amongst it. . . Each day our route became increasingly challenging. On day two and three we paddled many kilometres and portaged 11 trails. Even so, we moved with grit and continued to clean up plastics along each route. With canoes on our backs and heavy packs, we still stopped to pick up tiny wrappers, lost shoes, and ghost gear. We persevered even when days were physically challenging. This week made me realize that this movement has been about integrity. Teaching how the integrity of small consistent acts can make big change. . . It was a powerful week of being so disconnected yet so connected to our planet. This little voyage will stay close to my heart, feeling very grateful @aliveinstagram #algonquinpark #outdoors #getoutside #canada #canoetripping #lovenature

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uncle_drew83. 💚 Looking at Saturday like.... 🦎

💚 Looking at Saturday like.... 🦎

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cakebynicky. What a lovely day!! #fishing #fishingwoman #lovenature  #sunshine  #bo

What a lovely day!! #fishing #fishingwoman #lovenature #sunshine #boat #water #pike #pikefishing #pikegirl #fishinggirl Jeroen Looijestein

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giacomelliluca_music. #tuscany
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#tuscany . . . . . . #nature #lovenature

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lovenature1169. ลูกค้าสุดสวยยย งานดี งานเก๋ร ด้วยเสื้อ ลินินแท้ 100% 🙏thank you for s

ลูกค้าสุดสวยยย งานดี งานเก๋ร ด้วยเสื้อ ลินินแท้ 100% 🙏thank you for support us ♡ #linenphuket# #thailand

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🙏🏻PRAY FOR MOTHER EARTH🌏 【9/21 Day 2】 * 守りたい景色がここにある🌌✨ * これが当たり前のように見られなくなる未来が来るかもしれない。 変えるのは、自分の小さな行動の積み重ね。 ちっぽけな自分一人が動いたって意味がないなんてことはない。 今、世界は大きく動いている。 #PrayForMotherEarth #PrayForMotherEarthWeek #globalclimatestrike #fridaysforfuture 始まりは、スウェーデンの10歳の女の子グレタちゃん。 何もせずにはいられない🌱🌞 * 愛と、平和の心を持って...✨ om shanti shanti shanti...🙏🏻 * #milkyway #nightsky #lovenature #simplelife #islandlife #okinawa #yaeyama #kohama #守りたい景色 #星空 #天の川 #あーすじぷしー #ムーブメントを起こそう #地球を想う週間 #シンプルライフ #離島暮らし #リゾバ #リゾートバイト #沖縄 #八重山 #小浜島

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daisyisu. Giorni blu, come questi fiori.

Giorni blu, come questi fiori.

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🦎🦀 - Galapagos Islands 🇸🇱

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