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Whack-a-weed: still working to get pot off public lands in California

<p>A photograph of hemp in Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge.</p>

U.S. Fish and Wildlife

A photograph of hemp in Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge.

The legalization of cannabis for personal use has created some new issues in both of our states, like the large number of pot farms that bypassed the permit process.

There are still holdover issues from the days of illegal pot, including the clandestine growing of cannabis on public lands.

Since it still goes on, so does CROP, for Cannabis Removal on Public Lands. CROP grew out of the Community Governance Partnership in California; Rich McIntyre is Executive Director of CGP and our guest.

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