Michigan DNR Busts Two Sticky-fingered Saps
Sad news. According to MLive.com, 220 gallons of maple syrup, the blood that courses through the Michigan woods, was recently (and brazenly) STOLEN by two Michigan residents. The good news? The "Syrup Division" of the Michigan DNR (that may or may not be a real thing) found the perps. After a heads up find by a concerned citizen, of some buckets near maple trees, Jacob Griffin, a conservation officer in DNR District 9, (according to the Hunger Games WikI, the "least spoken about district in the Hunger Games series"), investigated and found the subjects involved.
So, I guess you can't just take maple sap out of trees on state lands. Good to know.
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