Oroville Calif.—High School students in Oroville are benefiting from a marijuana bust.
Tuesday students at Las Plumas High School received all new gardening equipment that was seized by the Butte County Interagency Narcotics Task Force during a commercial marijuana growing operation bust in 2015.
The donation was approved by District Attorney Mike Ramsey.
All of the equipment was still in its original packaging and was worth over $40,000.
The BINTF said that Las Plumas High School has a large and respected Future Farmers of America Department.
The Butte County Interagency Narcotics Task Force is very happy the items will be used for a legitimate agriculture purposes.
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