Graffiti. Does it improve the view in the wilderness? Why do it?
April 30, 2015
(latimes.com) "This is a very complex issue," said Casey Schreiner, editor of Modern Hiker. "How different is graffiti in national parks than street art? If street art is OK, is this OK? Is there a correlation?"
Schreiner said his readers "think it's a problem because graffiti begets graffiti and they're seeing it in places they've never seen it before. National parks are special places for most Americans. Seeing them marked up is like getting punched in the gut."