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Environmental Stewardship: Preserving Paragliding Flying Sites and Our Beautiful World


paragliders hiking to launch

Today, let's delve into a topic close to our hearts: environmental awareness and conservation. As guardians of the skies and avid enthusiasts of paragliding and speed flying, it's crucial for us to prioritize the protection of our flying sites and the precious natural habitats we love to explore.



Why Environmental Stewardship Matters:

The breathtaking views we enjoy are not just our playgrounds; they're ecosystems brimming with life and natural beauty. Our actions impact not only the serenity of these flying sites but also the preservation of wildlife, vegetation, and the balance of these delicate environments.


Initiatives for Preservation:

paragliders after beach clean up with surfriders foundation

At Touch and GO Adventures, we're committed to supporting and promoting initiatives aimed at preserving our flying sites and the surrounding natural habitats. Here are some practices and initiatives we endorse and encourage our community to embrace:

  1. Leave A Better Trace: Embrace the "Leave No Trace" principle, and take it a step further to ensure that our flying sites remain free from litter or any traces of human impact.

  2. Site Cleanup Days: Organize or participate in site cleanup days, dedicating time to remove debris and maintain the cleanliness of our flying locations.

  3. Collaboration with Conservation Groups: Forge partnerships with local conservation groups such as the Monterey Surf Riders or organizations to support habitat restoration, tree planting, and environmental conservation efforts.

  4. Education and Awareness: Spread awareness about the importance of environmental stewardship within the community, advocating for responsible and sustainable flying practices.

Preserving Our Natural Playgrounds:

As we cherish the freedom of flight, let's also treasure and safeguard the landscapes that provide us with these experiences. It's our collective responsibility to ensure that our flying sites remain pristine and undisturbed, fostering a relationship between our passion for flying and the preservation of the natural world.

paraglider holding helmet with barnacles

Together, we can make a difference by adopting environmentally conscious practices, respecting the environment, and safeguarding the beauty of our flying sites for generations to come.

Let's fly high while keeping our skies and landscapes unspoiled!



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