The Dakotan: This is Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts and North Dakota Game and fish outreach biologist Greg Gullickson. Neil Roberts: Lots of traffic on lakes across the state. Greg we've got more than a month before it's back to school and keeping our shared areas clean is always a consideration, right? Greg Gullickson: Absolutely. And this is one that grades my gears. It's litter. There is nothing worse than pulling into a pristine place where you can imagine Lewis and Clark are actually docking their boat and all of a sudden there's a Styrofoam container or there's whatever out there. That's one of the things I keep my pick of all the time with some plastic garbage bags. And I don't know how many times I have filled those up and I'll get home. And my wife will say, boy, I don't remember you eating at McDonald's or at Hardee's or at all these different places today. No, I just simply picked up after what someone else has left. So, again, certainly encourage you to put garbage where it belongs. It's a simple creed to live by. And as Margolis and would say, don't leave your manners at home. Neil Roberts: All right. Thanks, Greg And hey, we'll talk camping when we come back. The Dakotan: You're listening to Outdoor Issues with Neil Roberts on the Dakotan Network. Neil Roberts: We're in the midst of summer and camping season in full stride. Greg, some tips for campers today. Greg Gullickson: Absolutely. There's a lot of great places out there. Many of the counties across North Dakota have great campgrounds. The state of North Dakota, our North Dakota Parks and Rec do a great job out there. But also on the game and fish wildlife management areas. Keep that in mind when you camping out there that there are a few rules and regulations. There's a great webcast on the Game and Fish Department website that just came out a couple of weeks ago. You can look at the talks about different places to camp in North Dakota for free. Neil Roberts: Good stuff, Greg I'll check that out as well. And that brings this report to a close. Until next time. I'm Neil Roberts. The Dakotan: You're listening to the Dakotan Network. Real. Honest. Local news.