There is an epidemic plaguing our public lands. More and more we are seeing the wild places that we love so much abused by those who are either misinformed or just down-right malicious. Everything from litter scattered around our favorite trails, to an impressive arch covered in spray paint and an amazing overlook point full of carved names. This sort of abuse is embarrassingly common across our nation’s public lands, but the problem seems especially bad here in Kentucky.

It’s time for us, as a community of outdoor lovers, to band together to shed light on this problem and work towards a solution. There’s a lot we can all do to help.

Don’t believe me? Just read on!

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