With trails, campsites and state and national parks so crowded now that the COVID pandemic is on the wane, UM researchers are using the website recreation dot gov to see how and why people choose certain campsites.
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Overall, camping has been on a steady decline across the U.S. for the last several years. Many Americans claim they simply don't have time for nature. Others seem to have a fear of being disconnected from the electronic world and simply won't venture off into spots without phone and internet coverage...
Within minutes of the Billings Morning News reporting that a Billings Boy Scout Troop had been robbed, individuals and businesses opened their wallets for an impromptu fundraising effort for Boy Scout Troop 10.
The outpouring of support helped raise at least $1,200 to help replenish some of the troop's stolen camping gear.
Boy Scout Troop 10 was preparing for their annual camping trip this week.