Nothing spoils nature’s splendour
… like garbage.
Green Up Day in Vermont is a day when the people of the Land take to the roadsides, woods, and riversides to pick up all the crap left behind — or thrown from cars — by careless losers. (No photo available.)
People of all ages out with their special green bags (and latex gloves) stumble upon points of interest as a reward. Today I saw I giant marshmallow, a tricked out tree, and a [Northern?] Magnolia. I learned that beef from grass-fed cows contains the recommended ratio of omega 6s to omega 3s (3:1), and that cows fed hay cut from the flood zone after Hurricane Irene had guts blackened by snails in the grass. Sooper ick.
Posted on May 4, 2013, in ecology, holidays, humor, nature, personal, rural and tagged G, garbage, grass-fed cows, green up day, Green Up Day 2013, Green Up Day in Vermont, hurricane irene. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.