Keep the adventure, leave the invasive species

Follow these simple steps to

Stop Invasive Species in Your Tracks

  • REMOVE plants, animals and mud from boots, gear, pets, and vehicle.
  • CLEAN your gear before entering and leaving the recreation site.
  • STAY on designated roads and trails.
  • USE CERTIFIED or local firewood and hay.

Mother Nature will thank you for it!

What's Your
Prevention Adventure?

Caving

Backpacking

Mountain Biking

Offroad Vehicle Riding

Horseback Riding

Fishing

Tent Camping

RV Camping

Gardening

Paddling

Hiking or Walking

Motorboating

Hunting

Climbing

Find Your Nearest
Boot Brush Station

One of the simplest and most effective ways to prevent invasives species from spreading to new natural areas is cleaning your shoes before and after your adventure. PlayCleanGo strives to get boot brush stations installed at all trailheads in North America to help your efforts to prevent the spread of invasive species.

Prevention Tips from the PlayCleanGo Community

Horseshoe Lake Trail in Denali in Summertime
Steward's Trail Mix
Steward

 A Footloose Trail Tale

Oh hi there! I’m just getting ready for a quick day hike up around the lake. The weather is great (sorry, Lower 48) and these extra-long legs are jonesing for

Bigfoot creature wears yellow-orange bandanna and fisher's cap, carrying a lime green fishing pole. In the background is a mountain lake with tall spruce trees.
Prevention
Steward

Spread Only Fish Tales

Did you know your fishing activity may be adding to invasive species problems? Our easy tips help keep your favorite fishing spots safe.

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