Over the years, a few dozen loyal readers have written me asking about industry best practices regarding unauthorized disposal of human remains in the National Park system.
With park enforcement severely curtailed at the moment, now is a good time to answer.
Ideally, you'd want fairly thorough disposal. A modern crematorium is your best bet, though even a modest one can set you back considerably, not including the price of fuel, rent, etc.
Most of my readers will also know to ask a friendly pig farmer if he's willing to starve a few hogs for a few days. I advise against this approach, as maintaining silence can be expensive and risky.