On this episode, we chat with the folks from FMCA about responsibly holding an event during COVID-19, and answer several listener questions, including going up a tire rating, and composting on public lands.
US Forest Service: “Biodegradable trash, such as orange peels, apple cores, coffee grounds and onion skins, must be packed out” even “food particles must be strained out” of dishwater “and secured the same as trash.”
Leave No Trace lists the idea that you can “leave fruit peels and crumbs for the wildlife” as one of the biggest myths on public lands.
Abby’s Fresh Tank: Krispy Kreme Donuts. Get ’em when that lights on!
Jason’s Grey Tank: The Jayco Jayport – it’s shiny, they’re trademarking it, but is it really as amazing as it seems? Maybe…
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