Monday, June 28, 2010
In Idaho, geocachers are tracking down hidden containers that hold data on noxious weeds. Geocaching is a global phenomenon where recreationists use GPS receivers and other navigational tools to locate any of the million plus containers, called caches, hidden in areas around the globe. This new epidemic forces you to go to places you have never gone before and if a noxious weed is found you report where it is. Geocaching helps control or eradicate noxious weeds. Click here to read more.