Pot Farms Smell Like a Skunk
If you drive down Foothill Road in the small, Central Coast city of Carpinteria at certain times of the day, when the wind is blowing in a particular direction, you may get a big whiff of marijuana. “I have guests that come for the weekend and they tell me I have a skunk under my house.
Environmental Impacts of Illegal Marijuana Cultivation
Click here to see report by the California Land Trust:
Calif has 50,000 marijuana cultivation sites –California Land Trust Frontiers 6.1.2017
See also the Silent Poison page
Back Country Drug War — The Atlantic
Illegal Pot Farms are Poisoning California’s Forests
Secret growers are taking advantage of the state’s remote stretches of public land-and the environmental impact is severe. In the gray half-light of dawn, eight figures creep through the dry pine forest near Quincy, California. Seven of them wear camo uniforms bearing the logos of various government agencies: U.S.