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What a silly one. I’ve definitely been to Sonoma and broke that rule. I wasn’t aware of it when I did it but it wouldn’t have stopped me anyway.
“If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so.” – Thomas Jefferson
Of course this would be the only entry for stillwater, aside from a car spotting of an amanita on the roadside . .
I didn’t realize this was a County Law… but isn’t it pretty much that way everywhere, when it comes to public grounds in general?
You must spread the word, Darvin: fungi are no longer part of Plantae. All fungi now belong to Mycota. Even the law can use a refresher course in biology it seems.
Sec. 20-6. Plant life.
No person shall wilfully pull from the ground, tramp, cut or pick flowers, leaves, limbs or"branches, or other parts from, or otherwise injure, destroy or deface any vine, bush, tree or other plants of any kind within the boundaries of the park, except when permission is granted by the park authorities. (Ord. No. 1832 § 2.)
Interesting,what’s the reason for the ban on picking in this location?
Created: 2012-09-22 22:36:03 EDT (-0400)
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