A critical Leave No Trace principle outdoor enthusiasts follow is the concept of “pack it in, pack it out.” By packing out your waste with a waste bag, you make as little impact to the environment as possible.
Are you headed to Jeffersonville, IN May 23rd for the Abbey Road on the River music festival? Skip the lines at the porta-potties and campsite restrooms and be thankful you packed your own portable bathroom.
Many runners, despite their best efforts, ultimately discover they can’t escape the urge to go to the bathroom somewhere between the starting point and finish line.
People thought it was enough to bury their waste in the mountains. Over time, scientists discovered that because of the temperature, the bacteria in the fecal matter remained biologically active. And with the changes in climate, human waste that was left over the years surfaced as the ice began to thaw.
When your Crohn’s acts up, you could be anywhere. Because you never know when a flare-up may occur, it’s essential to always carry a waste bag wherever you go.
As traffic spikes this summer at national parks, more park visitors also emphasize the need for national park services to educate the public about what it means to be responsible during their visits from respecting nature to not leaving waste behind.
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