September 26, 2007
“No Dumping” in Rocky Mountain National Park
By Dave Hurteau & Chad Love
Rocky Mountain National Park rangers are giving new meaning to “No Dumping,” as they encourage visitors to carry out everything they carry in—and we’re talking everything. What you might otherwise deposit and leave under a rock (with several squares of toilet paper), you are now asked to tote home. More bluntly, rangers want you to bag that B.M. And for your convenience, they’re providing the bag. Read all about it here.