October 3, 2002 Vancouver, B. C., Canada - From reports over the past nine years, the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network (CCCRN), founded and directed by Paul Anderson of Vancouver, British Columbia, has listed 113 crop formations that have occurred over time throughout the country. CCCRN also includes four unusual patterns in crops ranging from canola to wheat and pasture grass that were reported in the 1980s in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Even further back, a Landis, Saskatchewan farmer told Paul that during a 1941 duck hunting trip he found two circles about 25 feet in diameter swirled down in a hay field.
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