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Volunteers Sought to Pick Pot in California National Forest

October 2 2002 at 1:19 PM
roger  (no login)


Almost everyday there's been a the NPS Morning Report has info on marijuana eradication efforts. I haven't posted any of those.

However, here's a different take on the situation:

CANBY, Calif. -- Here's a chance to pick pot plants -- and not worry about being busted.

Of course, you won't be able to smoke any of the illegal weed. Authorities in Northern California are asking for volunteers to help pull more than 6,000 marijuana plants still growing in the Modoc National Forest. About 1,200 plants have already been picked.

But deputies need some more willing hands to help with the rest. The pot crop was spotted in a canyon from the air by Mike Crutcher, head of the Modoc County Drug Task Force. He says the pot plants were mature and ready for harvest.

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