A Fresno County Sheriff's Department investigator walks through a forest of marijuana plants growing on public lands in 2009 west of Shaver Lake. Law enforcement has launched a new attack on illegal marijuana farm in California's forests, saying Mexican cartels are using huge amounts of pesticides that threaten endanger species.
A Fresno County Sheriff's Department investigator walks through a forest of marijuana plants growing on public lands in 2009 west of Shaver Lake. Law enforcement has launched a new attack on illegal marijuana farm in California's forests, saying Mexican cartels are using huge amounts of pesticides that threaten endanger species. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file
A Fresno County Sheriff's Department investigator walks through a forest of marijuana plants growing on public lands in 2009 west of Shaver Lake. Law enforcement has launched a new attack on illegal marijuana farm in California's forests, saying Mexican cartels are using huge amounts of pesticides that threaten endanger species. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file