Conservation in Guam: When public health equals planet health

Skills gained in recreational activities can make a huge difference when applied to conservation.

Farron Taijeron

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On the island of Guam student and conservationist, Farron “theguamguy” Taijeron, works to break down barriers to getting involved in the field. Farron uses his reach and adventure experience to recruit freedivers, scuba divers, hikers, rock climbers, drone pilots, and almost anyone with a special interest to use their time outdoors to both better their health and the health of the planet.

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