***Originally posted 4/7/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** As many of you are aware, a few influencers who have been called out on this page for their illegal behavior have taken it upon themselves to create a crusade against this account. That’s not really surprising considering that a number of them have lost corporate sponsors. However, the thing with Instagram is that you don’t get warnings, and once an account is gone, there is no one to contact to plead the case that an acco
***Originally posted 4/5/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** This post is for our east coast friends who might be feeling left out. Don’t worry! The next wave of vapid behavior is headed your way soon! Pictures of people disrespecting the treasuredcherry trees of the National Mall in Washington DC are already starting to flood in. People climbing the trees, picking flowers, putting their cats in the trees (yeah, wtf?), and all sorts of other craziness. There are literally signs ever
***Originally posted 3/21/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** Naked in nature. What's not to love? There's something to be said for prancing around acting like you're the first person to walk the face of the planet, with not a stitch of clothing to hide your skin from the blazing sunshine and refreshing breeze.
Except you're not alone. You share this planet with 7 billion other people and countless other living creatures and plants. If we all did whatever we wanted without regard
***Originally posted 3/13/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** The good news? "Influencers" with a total of 250,000+ followers have decided to remove pictures of them trampling the poppies! Some have even decided to be proactive and provide education to their followers about proper behavior in the wildflower fields. Much of this is due to YOUR help. Thank you!
The bad news is that people like those featured in this post are still ruining wildflower habitat while hawking phone ca
***Originally posted 3/12/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** Many people were, and still are, upset that I called out a couple of individual accounts for going off-trail and taking pictures in the wildflower fields. Some people don't seem to understand the impact that one person can have. . This photo from @thesimplehiker is the manifestation of that impact. One person chooses to disregard the rules, goes 10' off the trail and tramples a few flowers. The next person sees that m
***Originally posted 3/11/19 on @publiclandshateyou*** @adeventurousoutdoorbrand is just another company promoting itself at the expense of nature and your public lands. You would think that any company with the word "outdoor" in it would be interested in promoting good outdoor ethics, right?
Not these guys! When it was suggested by multiple people that picking and trampling wildflowers wasn't a great thing to broadcast to almost 7,000 followers, what did they do? Apologi