Outdoor Joe's Newsletter: Joe's Journal May 2024

It’s common knowledge that coming into contact with poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac can cause an irritating rash. But poison ivy can present other health risks that are not as well known. Learn more about these health risks in this blog.
Spring has sprung, and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds are starting to spend more time outside. You may not be thinking about poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac this early in the season, but there’s still a chance you could encounter these plants. Read on to learn how to...
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