Know How To Spot & Treat Poison Oak & Poison Ivy

The weather is changing and its time to start enjoying the outdoors again. Walking, biking,  and hiking in your local, state and federal parks are great ways to exercise and explore nature. Make sure you know how to stay comfortable, safe and hydrated. Watch out for Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Sumac, and any other plant life that can be dangerous in your area.

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Author: Close Range Safety Tips

Close Range Safety Training Academy was created to promote safety and protection service through training. Our staff is dedicated to instructing our students in all facets for the purpose of safety, security and defense to better serve their community....

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