More Than Dams Being Removed From The Klamath Watershed

In national forests across California, groups are removing trash from illegal marijuana grows. Between April 2 and 12, the Integral Ecology Research Center joined the Fish and Wildlife, the US Forest Service, and a crew from the California Conservation Corps came together to remove 4,645 pounds of trash and infrastructure left behind on a cannabis cultivation complex of seven grows located in the Three Creeks/Tinkham Creek area of the Klamath River watershed on National Forest land.

LINK (via: Redheaded Blackbelt)

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  1. We interrupt this article for an ancient song lyric and some real history.

    Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner
    But he knew it wouldn’t last
    Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona
    For some California grass
    Get back, get back
    Get back to where you once belonged
    Get back, get back
    Get back to where you once belonged
    Get back Jojo, go home

    Hardly a Green Indusrty.

    I even came upon such a trash-strewn “farm” a decade ago, here in Britain, whilst scouting with a view to fishing the lowland streams that run beside a wooded and grassy island, now a small Nature Reserve, on which, in 893 AD, King Alfred’s oldest son, Edward, besieged a force of fleeing Vikings (from their recent defeat by his army at not-so-far-away Farnham in Surrey) .

    All very “The Last Kingdom” as seen on TV.

    You guys could do with Alfred, his son Edward and his just as Great daughter Aethelflaed “The Lady of the Mercians”, now, I reckon.

    Message ends.

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