What can Geocaching do for land owners?
I wanted to start another post so as not to derail the conversation on the Nature conservancy post. There's a lot of good discussion there, by the way.
I want to thank each of the cachers who archived their caches immediately after being notified of land access issues. MainePubliser does not enjoy archiving caches; anyone who has submitted an archive request knows I take a long time to act. One exception is when a land owner has a concern.
So, I'll kick this post off with one thing Geocaching can do: Geocachers do react quickly to any and all concerns land managers have. Unlike other activities where it may be impossible to identify the culpable party, Geocachers are easily contacted and responsive.
What can you do?
The farmer gave permission to place the cache in the field, but the bull charges.