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On Sept.9, wildlife officers shut down an illegal cannabis operation on state property in southern Sacramento County.
The illegal grow was discovered on the eastern end of the Cosumnes River Preserve near Highway 99 on land owned by CDFW.
CDFW is offering technical assistance to cannabis cultivators with a new pilot program. The first of its kind Pop-up Shop is designed to review current or upcoming cultivation related projects and provides guidance on remediation projects or other construction activity with one-on-one assistance.
During the month of May and June, wildlife officers in the Cannabis Enforcement Program took action against several illegal cannabis operators in the desert areas of Southern California.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), in conjunction with their state and county partners, are preparing for the 2021 cannabis enforcement season.
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