Arizona Saguaro Cactus Laws

12 Mar

Arizona Saguaro Cactus LawsTouch that cactus and reap the consequences! Besides the uncomfortable stabbing sensation, you may also be charged with a felony or misdemeanor and a fine of up to $150,000, depending on the cactus or endangered plants value.

Laws from 1929 make the damage, removal, or transportation of native plants illegal without first obtaining a State permit. With that said, make sure you obtain the necessary permits before even looking at that cactus the wrong way or you may find yourself in a poky situation.

Source: Central Arizona Cactus

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One Response

  1. ron turner says:

    Is it legal to cut up a saguaro that is on your property? 

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