State Department of Fish and Wildlife aerial photo of marijuana plantation and grading that authorities said dumped tons of earth and sediment-laden storm water into a tributary of Clover Creek in Shasta County.
State Department of Fish and Wildlife aerial photo of marijuana plantation and grading that authorities said dumped tons of earth and sediment-laden storm water into a tributary of Clover Creek in Shasta County. Photo courtesy of Department of Fish and Wildlife
State Department of Fish and Wildlife aerial photo of marijuana plantation and grading that authorities said dumped tons of earth and sediment-laden storm water into a tributary of Clover Creek in Shasta County. Photo courtesy of Department of Fish and Wildlife

Shasta County pot farm owner fined $100,000 for fouling watershed

March 18, 2016 4:56 PM

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