The vast, unpatrolled public lands

Hanscom, Greg
October 2005
High Country News;10/31/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 20, p2
This article recognizes the effort of the U.S. Army in developing an anti-drug campaign. Its purpose is to eliminate the growing of marijuana. The dope growers spread pot gardens across the West's public lands. The concern of the land-management agencies to reduction of the funds for the campaign. Identifies the common places having marijuana plantation. The public lands that are identified and planted with marijuana.


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