By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Commissioners move to allow psilocybin service centers on farmland, in campgrounds

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Although I am encouraged by assurances from Commissioner Casey Kulla, I would hope that when the Yamhill County Commissioners review applications, they will check County records to verify property ownership and contact the property owner directly to verify that they consent to their property being utilized to commit Federal felonies.


Ironically, farms already grow some of the best funky shrooms naturally without even knowing it. You probably might be growing some in your own backyard right now. OMG, call the feds!!

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