Marijuana Grows More Common in US Forests

Marijuana growers are farming their product more and more in American forests according to the U.S. Forest Service. Law enforcement have found pot grows in 61 national forests in 16 states so far this year. The states are Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and California. The forest service destroyed over 2.5 million marijuana plants this year so far.

In Jacksonville, you can be arrested for trafficking in marijuana if you possess over 25 pounds of pot or 300 or more marijuana plants. A Jacksonville Marijuana Attorney can tell you more about the drug charges in Jacksonville.