Huck Adventures Podcast, Episode 1: Clean Trails

In this episode we speak with the founders of Clean Trails and National Clean Up Day. It’s a great conversation with how these wonderful non-profits got started.

There’s an opportunity to join one of their clean up events the weekend after Earth Day. Visit www.NationalCleanUpDay.org for more information. If you’re local to the Boulder/Denver area and want to join our clean up, please sign up here, follow us on social media and sign up for the app announcement on our website for more information.

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Earth Day 2019

When you’re outdoors, it’s the perfect time to start making a difference.

Our team at Huck Adventures is dedicated to preserving the wonder of nature by keeping our land, oceans, and trails clean. A big part of our mission is to reinvest in the outdoors by partnering with nonprofits who have made that their mission.

That’s why we’ve partnered with National CleanUp Day to participate and promote a nationwide volunteer event in honor of Earth Day 2019 in conjunction with Earth Day Network.

Throughout the month of April, grass roots organizations and corporate partners are uniting communities across the U.S. to clean up our green spaces, waterways, and trails. So far, National CleanUp Day has cleanups organized in 13 focus cities throughout the U.S., including Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Richmond, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. Each city has at least 25 different clean-up locations to choose from.

We’re excited to participate and look forward to announcing our clean-up site in Boulder, Colorado, in the next two weeks.

It’s an opportunity to inspire a spirit of volunteerism and make a positive impact on our environment. Because studies have shown that people will pitch in when they see someone else picking up litter. And we need all the help we can get.

If you’re interested in learning more about the events in your city, visit www.NationalCleanUpDay.org.

For more information about Huck Adventure’s Boulder clean up, join our email list to join the Huck team and our partners.

If you’re a local Boulder brand or athlete interested in participating, please contact us at info@huckadventures.com.