MARIJUANA CULTIVATION IS SERIOUSLY DAMAGING THE ENVIRONMENT OF CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST
SILENT POISON PRESENTS THE FACTS
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Calaveras County Bans Pot Cultivation
Calaveras County has joined all Sierra Foothill Counties in banning marijuana cultivation.
The media has given it wide coverage.
POT INDUSTRY REQUIRES HUGE AMOUNTS OF ENERGY
Read this interesting piece how the pot industry has dramatically increased electricity demand.
University Study Finds Pot Cultivation Hurts the Environnment
Prepared by The Communications Institute
Commissioned by Calaveras County Supervisor Dennis Mills
This report was carefully researched and includes data and background from officials from federal, state and local government. It has been heralded as really the first clear presentation of the ecological damage of the cannabis growing in the Sierra and rural areas on the environment.
Supervisors from 12 counties and numerous members of Congress and the State Legislature including their staff
are now relying on the clear facts brought by this report.
It also includes a 30 page bibliography of articles from leading academic and media organizations.
We are pleased that Ascent Environmental, the author of the county's own EIR, commented on our report “…the document provided by Supervisor Mills is considered to be an accurate accounting of the literature and information available regarding unregulated, illegal, illicit and potentially trespass cannabis operations.'" The Ascent Analysis said the environmental problems were caused by only illegal grow sites. That is an error by the environmental firm since our report deals with both legal and illegal grows.
Silent Poison seeks to bring the truth about the serious environmental damage Marijuana cultivation has brough to our state's forests and hills: The Cultivating for Disaster Study lays out the facts about the serious ecological damage caused by marijuana cultivation
Estimates of marijuana growing sites justin Calaveras County are as many as 1200 with projected clean up costs in the millions, if not billions of dollars according to top experts. There are thousands of more sites in Sierra Foothill counties.
We need public policy that protects the environment and quality of life of Calaveras County and other rural counties including local government, the state of California and the US Government.
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