After lunch today, I took a 1/4 mi walk over to the cemetery woods next to my neighborhood. I put on a podcast and walked around uprooting invasive Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) seedlings. Burning Bush is a common landscaping shrub, but we now know that this non-native species invades natural woodlands and decreases their biodiversity. Existing plants should be removed and replaced with a native stand-in.
The weed pulling was not part of a grand management program, but I found it a welcome respite from the work-from-home isolation of a computer screen in my garage. I felt much better prepared for online work after setting my hands to pulling and getting my eyes on the 3D world.
You can do it too!