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By Naomi Yaeger-Bischoff
with comment from the Eco-Cowgirl, Rebecca Yaeger-Bischoff*
Eco-cowboy, Matt, grins while standing beside this sign along a trail in Bozeman, Mont.
Those Eco-cowpokes were in Bozeman, Mont. a few days ago. In this photo is a nature trail actually in the city that connects up to the hospital.
(You know what they say about all X*$# runs downstream.)
If you’re thinking that’s what the water treatment plant is for, well, that’s putting a lot of extra work on what is probably a municipal treatment plant. i.e. You are paying for this treatment. (Every year Duluth Minn. has trouble with there beach being too full of fecal matter to be safe for swimming.) This fecal matter is from pets and gulls.
*Thank's for reading: This blog is authored by the Determined Yaeger-Bischoff Women, determined to make a difference in protecting the environment.
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