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A helicopter flies over an area of public lands east of Red Bluff where county, state and federal law enforcement are raiding an illegal marijuana growing operation. The helicopter was used to haul out bundles of marijuana plants from the garden.
Pot gardens threaten wildlife.
Fighting the growing plague of illegal marijuana gardens cultivated in wildlife areas of Northern California comes at a very high cost.
The funding required for law enforcement to eradicate these gardens is in the millions of dollars annually.
In 2011, the Tehama County Sheriff's . Read Pot gardens threaten wildlife...