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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:28 PM   #21
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mi-3399800 is the only number i could find they are being ass holes
Why is the DNR being an asshole if you were the one breaking the law? Why don't you explain to us what you were doing & what happened?

I did a search for the number listed & can't find anything.
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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:31 PM   #22
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They're between $500-$750, up to 30 days in jail, and all costs associated with repairing the damage. Those boys who did this on drummond were hit with $15,000 plus the loss of their vehicles.
Good! They deserved it. There are enough other places there to go other than out in Maxton Plains.

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The 1,185-acre Maxton Plains Preserve, located on Drummond Island in Chippewa County, is arguably one of the world’s finest examples of alvar grassland-an area of vegetation that grows on a very thin soil layer over limestone bedrock. This area has examples of grasslands that have existed since the last glacier receded over 10,000 years ago. Alvar grasslands are among one of the rarest habitats in the world, and can only be found around the Great Lakes, the Baltic region of Europe and the islands along the coast of Sweden. This habitat hosts a unique mixture of arctic tundra and Great Plains prairie plant species. Among these are the prairie smoke, a spring bloomer, and Houghton’s goldenrod, which bloom just as the prairie grasses turn gold in the late summer sun. Little blue-stem grass and prairie dropseed grass also thrives in the sparse soil. This site attracts an array of birds, including such rare and threatened species as the upland sandpiper, osprey, northern harrier and as many as 160 other species of birds.
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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:35 PM   #23
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^^^^^cool info about drummond
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well there ant any around petoskey and we where put weelin and some ass home called the cops on us cus we had 40 trucks and we whent threw a cupple watter holes nothing that any thing lived or grew it! now they are calllin people trying ot get people to narc on every one else sorry but i ant no narc and i already got a ticket so they cant do shit to me
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Before the guy is drawn and quartered, is the land wet year round or is it only wet now? Is it really private or state land? Could this be a case of zealous enforcement? Before you pay the ticket make sure if you were on private land and if it was private get photos of where you were at. As to wet lands, is it truely wetlands or land that is only wet right now? Is it connected to a flowing stream? Get a copy of the guidelines from the DEQ and see if it qualifies as a true wet lands or only land that only the lowest land around and just holding water until it soaks into the ground.
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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:43 PM   #26
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dumb ass maybe. loyal to other potential bumb ass mudders heeeellllll ya
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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:48 PM   #27
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well there ant any around petoskey and we where put weelin and some ass home called the cops on us cus we had 40 trucks and we whent threw a cupple watter holes nothing that any thing lived or grew it! now they are calllin people trying ot get people to narc on every one else sorry but i ant no narc and i already got a ticket so they cant do shit to me
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Old April 25th, 2009, 07:59 PM   #28
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If you are knowingly driving where you should not be, especially wetlands...........Drink Bleach
Real nice, If you look at the criteria the state has layed down in their definiton of wet land, the entire state qualifies.

So here we go again with liberal shithead non thinking sheep being lead around by there noses.

Maybe you should drink some Bleach along with DEQ and the other liberal asswipes in this state....
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Good! They deserved it. There are enough other places there to go other than out in Maxton Plains.

Maxton Plains-

The 1,185-acre Maxton Plains Preserve, located on Drummond Island in Chippewa County, is arguably one of the world’s finest examples of alvar grassland-an area of vegetation that grows on a very thin soil layer over limestone bedrock. This area has examples of grasslands that have existed since the last glacier receded over 10,000 years ago. Alvar grasslands are among one of the rarest habitats in the world, and can only be found around the Great Lakes, the Baltic region of Europe and the islands along the coast of Sweden. This habitat hosts a unique mixture of arctic tundra and Great Plains prairie plant species. Among these are the prairie smoke, a spring bloomer, and Houghton’s goldenrod, which bloom just as the prairie grasses turn gold in the late summer sun. Little blue-stem grass and prairie dropseed grass also thrives in the sparse soil. This site attracts an array of birds, including such rare and threatened species as the upland sandpiper, osprey, northern harrier and as many as 160 other species of birds.

They should wait untill a dry fall and burn all of that swamp shit grass then tile everything so it never grows again...

Wetland = Shitland
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Before the guy is drawn and quartered, is the land wet year round or is it only wet now? Is it really private or state land? Could this be a case of zealous enforcement? Before you pay the ticket make sure if you were on private land and if it was private get photos of where you were at. As to wet lands, is it truely wetlands or land that is only wet right now? Is it connected to a flowing stream? Get a copy of the guidelines from the DEQ and see if it qualifies as a true wet lands or only land that only the lowest land around and just holding water until it soaks into the ground.

Sorry it's Michigan your talking about, So Hydric soil is a wetland criteria that Mi uses....Hydric soil occurs when soil is kept moist for less than 2 weeks...
Opppsie, the whole State is a wet land according to DEQ
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