We’ve all been there. Your dog decides to take a royal poop in the middle of the trail and you are left to scramble around for the slightest sign of a poop bag. Oh. Crap. Yep, you forgot it in the car. The wind blew the last one out of your hand. Now you are left with nothing but your sadness and no willpower to find a way to dispose of the poop. See this used to be me, but then I realized that dog poop does a lot more to our trails and wildlife than we think.
Meet Laura, a second term Wild Keeper based in San Marcos, Texas! Laura has been exploring in the outdoors since she was a kid. We talk to Laura about some of her most memorable moments outside, the impact nature has, and what we can do to create a more welcoming space for all body types in nature.
Meet first term Wild Keeper, Alicia! Alicia is based in Denver and got into the outdoors through her work in environmental education and animal care conservation. For the last 6 years she has been working at zoos, aquariums, nature centers, and museums.