I couldn’t ignore these two stories showing up the same day (but I didn’t look for a photo).
Deschutes and Willamette National Forests (OR) proposes limiting wilderness users: “Wilderness rangers reported coming across unburied human feces more than 1,000 times.”
White River National Forest (CO) proposes limiting overnight camping in wilderness: “During the 2016 summer season, Jerman added, Wilderness Rangers encountered 273 incidences of unburied human waste in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness.”
Not my area of expertise, but does raise some management policy questions. Maybe the permit should require completion of some training.