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Blue Mountain Do's and Don'ts?  RSS feed

 
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Does anyone have any information on what you can and can't pick and take home from Blue Mountain?  I know huckleberry season is done but there are all kinds of neat flowers and plants there that might look great in a yard or garden or even windowsill.

Anyone know the exact laws pertaining to flora removal?
 
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Maybe the Forrest Service would have that info?  I will check with them.
 
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