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Illegal Marijuana Farms Endanger Wildlife on California’s Public Lands | National Geographic

Illegal Marijuana Farms Endanger Wildlife on California’s Public Lands | National Geographic SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Biologists and law enforcement are pushing to dismantle these unauthorized weed grow sites found on the state’s federal and state parks.”
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Although California legalized the cultivation and sale of recreational cannabis, illegal marijuana farming continues in the state’s federal and state parks. These grow sites use rodenticide, a type of pesticide, that harms local wildlife. Putting their safety at risk, a team of biologists and law enforcement are pushing to dismantle these unauthorized weed grow sites found in California’s forests.

Read “Illegal marijuana growers poison forests—these people fight back.”
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Illegal Marijuana Farms Endanger Wildlife on California’s Public Lands | National Geographic

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