Keepint it Clean

Keepint it Clean

Dewitt, Dawn
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Think meth and the outdoors are unrelated? According to the Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks; various game wardens; and several forest-service professionals, significantly less meth lab debris has been found in state parks and forests since the Montana Meth Project started in 2005. These experts attribute the litter reduction partially to the project's campaign and the highly visible issue meth has become in Montana.

The Montana Meth Project is currently conducting a signature campaign to urge the governor and state legislature to continue funding the project. To sign the petition or learn about volunteer opportunities in your area, contact Jessica Watson at 581-5525 or [email protected], or sign the petition online at montanameth.org.
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