Well, not nothing. That would be bad for a lot of reasons. Hygiene out in the woods is something that must be considered, but how should someone go about ensuring that all the nooks and crannies are at an acceptable level? It depends on a few different things.
One of the only remaining places that people are permitted to visit, other than grocery stores and gas stations, are local parks. These local sanctuaries offer escape from the monotony of what feels like Groundhog Day. The problem is they are overflowing with visitors. How can this be a problem? Most parks and recreation managers would tell you that they would kill for their venues to be flooded with guests. Heavy participation brings awareness to the environment, provides healthy benefits to mind, body, and soul; and increases the chances of more financial support to maintain and improve existing spaces.
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