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    • Courtney(KP) Hackett

      How to treat and avoid poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac - Good to know what these look like. Summer Camp outdoor activities

    • KeunsupShin

      Familiarize yourself with what the poisonous plants look like. | 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius #Camping Checklist #Camping Tips #Camping Gear #Camping Idea #Summer Camp

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      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

    • Cara M

      Before heading out for your next family hike, make a point to learn what poisonous plants look like and what to do if you come in contact with them. Here is a guide from @SheKnows on poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.

    • rolf neumann

      iTips: beware of these poisonous plants - this is how they look! • Poison Oak • Poison Ivy • Poison Sumac

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      Hey, Adventure Divas! Do you know what the most common camping-adventure-wrecker poisonous plants look like? Click through to help identify poison oak, poison ivy and poison sumac, and scoop up a handful of tips on dealing with the symptoms if you have an encounter. #EstrogenArmy #AdventureDivas #SafeAdventures

    • Amy Krukow

      Familiarize yourself with what the poisonous plants look like. (poison oak, poison ivy, poison sumac)

    • KatieLeJoi

      Learn to differentiate poisonous plants while camping: Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, & Poison Sumac.

    • Kaitlin Unbehaun Bishop

      what poisonous plants look like - poison ivy, poison sumac, poison oak

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