Coalition Finds 3,000 Pounds of Trash, Toxins at Illegal Pot Farm in California National Park

Thursday, November 14, 2019
Our American Future
Drug cartels are not only setting up huge marijuana farms on national forest lands in California, but they are also polluting the land and water with trash and toxic chemicals.

Mexican marijuana traffickers are poisoning California forests with a banned pesticide

Where is the Sierra Club on this critical environmental issue?
LA Times
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Our American Future
California law enforcement has learned that Mexican drug traffickers are using a dangerous pesticide banned in the United States to grow marijuana in remote areas of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, and are going after their operations.

Overpopulation is biggest environmental threat to U.S., so address immigration

Americans plant trees and host community events to promote conservation and sustainability. Those activities are important. But they don’t address one of America’s biggest environmental challenges — rapid population growth.

California Wildfires: Instead Of Talking About Climate Change, Look At Overpopulation

Wednesday, November 21, 2018
National News

... climate change is not the issue in California. The issue no one is talking about is population.

Marijuana Grow Found In Routt National Forest, 2 [illegal aliens] Arrested

A alert citizen contacted the U.S. Forest Service about the suspicious activity
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Colorado News

Federal authorities say they arrested two people suspected of having a large marijuana growing operation in the Routt National Forest northeast of Steamboat Springs.

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment
by Leon Kolankiewicz, Center for Immigration Studies, April 2015
Leon Kolankiewicz is a wildlife biologist and consulting environmental planner


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