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Whether you are filling out your mail-in ballots, or preparing to visit the polls tomorrow, we urge you yet again to vote Yes on 68! This proposition would approve a statewide bond, allowing CA to upgrade and maintain existing parks and open spaces, conserve critical landscapes, and ensure a protected water supply for all Californians. Visit the link in bio for info- and thank you for voting! @landconservancyslo #YesOn68 #ConsciousBeyondConveneince #OpenSpace ? by @luketyreephotography

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You don’t have to be far off the beaten path to realize that what nature has created over then course of time is worth engaging & protecting. #ConsciousBeyondConvenience ? @gold_chaynes Winners of our @shabangslo ticket giveaway are @ivanabrooke & @bryanna_fuller They’ll have your names on a ticket list at the event.

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We’ve been on a social media hiatus, but we have some awesome announcements to make in regards to waste reduction, land conservation, and volunteer opportunities. We’ll be updating all of you on that shortly, but for now, we’ll offer our steady reminder; get outside and find out for yourself why nature is worth respecting and protecting. #OWNit #KeepItClean #ConsciousBeyondConvenience ? by @colin_nearman

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You’d be hard pressed to go outside consistently and not begin to recognize our connection to nature. #OWNit #KeepItClean #LeaveYourPrintsNotYourCarbon #ConsciousBeyondConvenience ? by Co-Founder @gold_chaynes

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Please send your comments opposing offshore drilling leasing proposal. Link in our bio. goo.gl/fpSVMg The administration has announced its plans to open over 90% of America’s Outer Continental Shelf for offshore oil, gas and mineral exploration/development. This program proposes the largest number of lease sales in U.S. History including Alaska, Gulf of Mexico, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans including California. The American public does not support this plan. In response to Trump’s initial Executive Order on this, over 850,000 comments were received expressing support for marine sanctuaries and monuments – overwhelming response! The public comment period is now open and you may comment as many times as you like. We encourage individuals to give their comment as the last comment session counted petitions and letters with multiple signatories as a single comment. The written comments are important. The “listening sessions” being held at the state capitols are NOT public hearings with opportunities to comment. NO offshore oil and gas exploration and development KEEP our national marine monuments and sanctuaries intact and protected The public and much of the Petroleum industry does not want offshore petroleum development. goo.gl/fpSVMg // link in our bio. ?@805aerial

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Removing yourself from the constructs of society, entering a place of isolation, and observing the natural world can foster a perspective that drives one to recognize the flaws of our daily consumption patterns. We encourage you to get out and take it upon yourself to make whatever sacrifices you find reasonable in an effort to reduce your physical impact on this planet. Those small shifts may ripple into your networks and collectively we can lead ourselves to a better future. There is no good reason not to try, give it a go…? #OWNIt #KeepItClean #LeaveYourPrintsNotYourTrash #ConsciousBeyondConvenience ?by @gold_chaynes

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11 billion tons of glacial ice melt due to our “warming environment”. Human influence, greenhouse effects, gas emissions and aerosols are studied to be the main perpetrators. So what can we do? How about we find a balance of both, respect and enjoyment? Think of your daily impact as a vote for or against the planet. Everyone’s vote matters. The little things add up and yes you can make a difference. ~ Influence others by limiting your single use items especially plastics, research about diet, carpool when you can, thrift stores for clothes, or buy clothes with lifetime warranties, eat local and or grow your own food, compost and so much more! @kaitlyntolinproductions

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Tips and tricks for the minimalist Nomad: • Reusable cloth bags • Silicone baggies • Silverware • Towel • Sponge • Camp Stove • DIY toothpaste/deodorant • Snacks in bulk for the road • Research hostels, bulk food stores, farmers markets and local restaurants. 4,228 miles away from San Luis Obispo we landed on the island of ice. The urge for uncharted journeys is vital in the human connection with nature. Through generations we slowly began to lose that sense of connection as the amenities and simplicities of modern society became an every day comfort. I believe it’s time to go back to the basics to minimize your footprint while at home and on the road. Because every little bit does matter, and we must start now. @kaitlyntolinproductions

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