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  • Kathleen Scherbon

    Refresher On Poison Oak, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac - How To Treat It - I need to remember this!!

  • Erin Mullen

    Good to know what these poisonous plants look like. poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.

  • Campfire In A Can

    Do you know how to treat and avoid poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac? Here's a handy guide! #itchy #poisonivy #poisonoak #scratch #prevent #outdoor #wild #wilderness #camping #hiking

  • BackCountryCO

    Leaves of three, let them be. When camping or hiking, it's good to know what poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac look like to keep yourself out of itchy trouble.

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