I pick it up at some
of the fishing holes I go to.
In Arizona, wilderness is handled by the Feds. I have all the numbers of the Feds, and when
I find trash, I just obtain the GPS and hand it over to them.
The Feds have people with big trucks and flatbed trailers picking up trash.
If the trash is too big & smelly to pick up, I just tell them "my people will contact your people."
Very seldom do I actually see people dumping trash onto the Forest. If and when I do, I'll
probably kick their ass and send them a message not to do it again.
I've noticed if the situation gets NEWS coverage in the local paper, more folks become
aware of the problem and tend to become more responsible, if only for a few months.
"People flicking cigarette butts are usually your typical BUTTS
(And ... I've picked up more Keystone Light cans than I'm willing to admit!)