Leave No Trace as You Explore the Outdoors With summer officially here, it’s a great time to explore the outdoors! I hate people camping hiking. As people go hiking, camping, wildlife viewing and engage in other recreation activities, there can be associated impacts on the natural environment. Order this shirt today if you like it.
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USGS scientists are working with many partners to study how visitors are affecting protected natural areas, from national parks to wildlife refuges and federally designated wilderness areas.
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As the ground water rises, the question of contaminated drinking water should weigh heavily in people’s minds.
Here’s the skinny. I talked with the water quality supervisor today at DPHHS. The dudes who give out the kits to test your water. He said in a nutshell, Do not test your water yet. Your water may be good today, contaminated tomorrow. I hate people camping hiking. Testing now may give you a false sense of security. For now, give it the “common sense” test; don’t drink if it looks, smells, or tastes funny. When the flood subsides and we can get back to the regularly scheduled spring/summer, test then.