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Forest Service Cleaning Up Remains of Pot Farm

Posted by nationalforestlawblog on September 21, 2010 at 10:38 PM

The Eureka Times-Standard reports that the Forest Service used a helicopter to remove debris and trash left by marijuana farmers in Northern California.  Note to Forest Service.  There are pot farms in every National Forest.  Where are the enviromentalist's on this?  Should they be conducting a national campaign to get rid of this non-native invasive species that's threatning native plants?  Come on people, let's focus those efforts to erradicating the pot.

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