They want to make sure you know that there will be a fine, not that littering is fine
Maybe the "fine" involves a ranger busting the front windsheild of your car with his rifle butt and saying, "Once you've paid $300 to replace that glass, maybe you'll think twice about littering, city boy."
To me it reads more like a product grade. Like there's another sign somewhere that says LITTERING "Superfine", and another that says LITTERING "Coarse"
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