Wisconsin Is Asking Hunters And Fishermen To Narc On Pot Growers
Though more states are legalizing marijuana, Wisconsin Is Asking Hunters And Fishermen To Narc On Pot Growers while hunting and fishing on vast, remote public lands.
Photo:80,000 marijuana plants were confiscated in a Wisconsin forest.
The U.S. Forest Service are asking hunters and fishermen/women to keep their eyes open for marijuana growing operations in Wisconsin’s Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
Since 2008, the state and government have bused nine marijuana growing operations that were discovered on public land within Wisconsin. It seems they only thing they want to sell there is cheese.
Late in August, a fisherman visiting the forest along the banks of the Oconto River, happened upon a marijuana field that netted more than 8,000 plants worth eight million dollars.
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