(...) So, in making outdoor survival help us acquired knowledge, abilities, a good schooling and self-confidence.

You can't also forget about responsibility, which should accompany "outdoor survivalers". Responsibility is usually required by people who are... responsible. Maybe - when they are giving others their responsibility, they expect the same from them, in other way they meet with loss. The unresponsibility takes its roots in stupidity, laziness and avoidance of inconvenience. The responsible people work a lot, sometimes also for others.(...)

Here is assembler - I butt in, but I must ask about something: what will you do, if you find so many rubbish on the camping, that you find no willingness to stay there? Would the situation be different if the camping was on the area of sanctuary (a national park or sth.; let's say that you've got the permission on being there)? :-)