So . . . what are you doing to help the environment and promote and support the efforts to designate locations where we can legally enjoy being nude?
There are many hundreds of viewers of this blog every day (I view the stats). Three dollars is next to nothing . . . a simple doing without a latte for one day, which will pay for the cost of recycling one of those tires that have been discarded in the river and park over the years; restoring this park to a pristine and environmentally-sound location for us to visit and enjoy being naked.
Three dollars. You're reading this article. Pull out your checkbook and write a three dollar check to help. Right now. Do your part. I challenge each and every one of my readers to help out and make a contribution; and prove to Lane County Commissioners that interest in a clothing-optional beach legally-designated in Glassbar State Park is a wide-spread desire (with potential tourism dollars) from all over the country (and world)!
This is how we get our clothing-optional beaches . . . one baby step at a time. Your baby step? $3 for a tire . . . or better yet, more!
Print the flyer up (download and print links at the top). Post them in your club . . . at your favorite coffee shop . . . to friends who might be interested in nudism. Generate interest in the environment and the healthy nudist lifestyle.