“As queer and trans people we’re used to taking ownership over the changes we want to see,” say organizers of the Venture Out Project. Throughout the fall, the Venture Out Project they will be hosting Queer Day Hikes dedicated to picking up trash and making our outdoor spaces a little better. As an outdoor organization and as people dedicated to taking care of our natural world, they believe it’s their job to take care of the trails they use.
Join them on their next hike on Sunday, November 24th on the Cascade Falls Loop Trail. The elevation gain is 377 feet and the hike distance is three miles, on ancestral lands of the Piscataway Tribe. They will meet at 9 am to carpool at the 33rd Street Farmers Market. If you are interested in carpooling contact Hallie Herz at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also meet up at the trailhead in Elkridge, Maryland at 9:45 am. There is parking on the side of the road.
They always pack out more than they pack in and hope to encourage those around them to do the same, making part of the world around us a little better than they found it. For more info and exact GPS coordinates visit Bit.ly/35jVJxE.
Adam Romanik is the owner of Computer Solutions for Less, an IT consulting business. Adam has over 15 years experience working in the both the IT industry and libraries and has worked as an adjunct instructor at several educational institutions. Adam earned both a Bachelors & Masters degree in Library Science from Clarion University, has earned 24 graduate credits towards a second masters degree in Information Systems and is an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer).
Adam Romanik is also the president and founder of the Keystone State Gay Rodeo Association. He actively competes both on the International Gay Rodeo Association Circuit as well as locally in the mid-atlantic region.