“I think that for my children, you know, being in the boy scouts and teaching the importance of nature, the importance of outdoors, the importance of this could go away, you know?
Things could go away and you won’t see them again. And so the conservation and the fact of leaving it as you found it, leave it alone, seeing something and leave it alone for the next person to see. One of the big things that we teach in our pack is that just because you see something cool doesn’t mean you go pick it or that you need to go move it or that you need to go touch it. So take a picture and move on. So I think just through, hopefully through that we will be able to make a bit of a difference.”
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