Dig a hole in the ground, spread a layer of plastic, and surround it with clay to collect rainwater effectively. Put a plastic bag on a section of densely leafy shoots, and the leaf surface transpiration will also produce condensed water. Tracking the trail of animals, birds, insects, or humans can find the source of water.
In addition, bamboo and other hollow plants often have water in the internodes, vines often have drinkable sap, and the fruits and stems of palms and cactus plants are rich in water. Protect the ecological environment and do not hunt wild animals or pick plants at will.
Not leaving a little rubbish in the camp is a discipline that campers must abide by. Paper trash can be burned and buried on the spot. Plastic bottles and cans must be put into trash bags and taken away. They will not be thrown away when they pass the trash station on the way back. Remind everyone that although there are more and more camping areas that allow cars to enter in many places, it is necessary for all people to experience the fun of camping. Environmental protection work cannot be ignored. At the end of the trip, I hope everyone can take the garbage away, and Try not to use disposable dishes and chopsticks to avoid environmental pollution.