Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op
Michigan-based Camp Happy Trees will need to wait to make camping, cannabis and the great outdoors a reality after being issued a stop-work order over health concerns that COVID-19 is delaying the site’s owner from rectifying.
The order has nothing to do with weed, but those hoping to enjoy a bit of time at the planned 20-acre, weed-friendly campground in Northern Michigan aren’t guaranteed of doing that anytime soon.
On June 30, zoning officials with the state’s Norman Township handed the owner of the campground, Debi Bair, a stop-work order over potable water, according to Detroit Metro Times. The township called the site “an immediate threat to the health, safety and general welfare of the community” because it had “no known sanitary or potable water facilities on-site.”