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Professional Kayaker Does His Part to Clean up Local River

If you haven't heard of kayaker Dane Jackson, look him up. The 23-year-old Tennesse native is one of the top kayakers in the world, with the insane ability to do otherworldly things in a kayak. Dane is not only a top athlete but an aspiring environmental steward, recently he lead a river clean-up in his home state. He hopes his actions will inspire others to do their part and clean up their local waterways. 

Highlights of the collection include 45 tires along with countless bags of other trash. If you're interested in Dane's kayaking check out his season edit below.

I am really amazed how people do things like that without any profit. Great open-minded man.

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