Exactly. We have to step up and clean up after the uneducated, irresponsible shooters or the sites just get closed. Then when there's nothing left we wait in line to pay high prices to shoot indoors or we pay huge money to buy land of our own where we can shoot.
I hate cleaning up after the turds, but I've met some great people at the clean ups. My last five gun purchases came from Counter Strike Firearms after I met the owner during a Bee Canyon clean up.
I've made good friends at the Perris clean ups too. In the end, there is more good that comes from the clean ups than bad. We keep our local spots open, we give shooters a good name and we meet great people. Other than having to clean someone else's mess there is no downside.