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Camping, Environmentalism -

Camping is a great way to escape the confines of our concrete jungles and reenergize ourselves through nature. I, like many others, love to take the weekend off and head to the local grounds to fish in the creek or just hear the chirps of birds echoing off the tree foliage. However, I’ve often arrived at the designated camping areas and seen discarded granola bar wrappers, trampled ferns and bushes, and an overall lack of cleanliness. It is sad to see our lack of respect and gratitude to nature for lending us its resources. However, there are steps that we...

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Biking, Camping, Environmentalism, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Water Sports -

After picking the perfect location for a scenic outdoor adventure, you might be wondering where you should purchase the necessary gear. While you could outfit yourself (and accompanying party) with gear from a sustainable outdoor clothing company, instead, you should opt to shop here at Rerouted and purchase the gear with stories that our community has put up for sale!  The reasoning for this is simple: used outdoor gear puts less strain on landfills, doesn't further consume natural resources or produce chemical waste, is less of a headache to buy at Rerouted, and it is less expensive at Rerouted than...

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Biking, Camping, Environmentalism, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Water Sports -

Rerouted is on a mission to revolutionize the used gear industry. We want to build the best website to sell outdoor gear. Currently, selling used outdoor gear online is overwhelming. There are so many aspects of the exchange that breed distrust & simply take too much time. That’s why so much gear gets put in storage indefinitely. It collects dust waiting to be taken to the landfill. Rerouted’s goal is to save all that gear & get it into the mountains with people that want to play outside.  Through this article, I am going to share all my insights about...

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Environmentalism -

On January 28, 2020 I went to our state capital, in Santa Fe, New Mexico to attend Climate Crisis Day at the Roundhouse. The Sierra Club was hosting an event focused on teaching the necessary skills to lobby bills that are needed to be passed in the Senate and the House. These bills are essential to the improvement of the global climate. When I arrived, the capitol building was bustling with people that are dedicated to making a positive difference in the environmental crisis that the world is facing. I was immediately inspired by the sheer number of people who...

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