Share this film and New Belgium will donate $1 to public lands

The Finding Common Ground series follows unlikely pairs teaching each other their respective outdoor activities.
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Every time this film is shared, New Belgium, a craft brewery in Colorado, will donate $1 to non-profit organizations protecting public lands. So far, they've donated $63,000 of their $250,000 goal. The Finding Common Ground film series and campaign, created in partnership with the Camp4Collective, celebrates the different ways people choose to play on public lands.

Like this video and want to donate more? You can also watch the matchup of a four wheeler and biker, and kayaker and angler

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