State Kicks Down $1.5M for Cleanup of Illegal Weed Grow Operations in the Emerald Triangle – Lost Coast Outpost - Ryan Burns

The Brown administration, a passionate proponent of environmental protection, is providing $1.5 million in the state budget to fund environmental cleanup of illegal cannabis grow sites in Humboldt, Trinity and Mendocino Counties. “These illegal grow sites do untold damage to forests and wildlife along the North Coast and with Assemblymember Wood’s leadership, we’re doing something about it,” said Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.

Gov. Brown earmarks $1.5M for cleanup of Emerald Triangle marijuana grow sites – Redwood Times - By Will Houston

California Gov. Jerry Brown is earmarking $1.5 million in his May revise budget for cleanup of environmental damage caused by illegal marijuana farms within the state’s cultivation heartland in Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity counties. “These illegal grow sites do untold damage to forests and wildlife along the North Coast and with Assemblymember [Jim] Wood’s leadership, we’re doing something about it,” Brown said in a Wednesday statement.

Brown earmarks $1.5M for cleanup of illegal marijuana grows in Emerald Triangle - By Will Houston, Eureka Times

California Gov. Jerry Brown is earmarking $1.5 million in his May revise budget for cleanup of environmental damage caused by illegal marijuana farms within the state’s cultivation heartland in Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity counties. “These illegal grow sites do untold damage to forests and wildlife along the North Coast and with Assemblymember [Jim] Wood’s leadership, we’re doing something about it,” Brown said in a statement Wednesday.

Gov. Brown earmarks $1.5M for cleanup of Emerald Triangle marijuana grow sites - By The Times-Standard

The following is a press release issued by the office of North Coast Assemblyman Jim Wood (D-Healdsburg): The Brown administration, a passionate proponent of environmental protection, is providing $1.5 million in the state budget to fund environmental cleanup of illegal cannabis grow sites in Humboldt, Trinity and Mendocino Counties. “These illegal grow sites do untold damage to forests and wildlife along the North Coast and with Assemblymember Wood’s leadership, we’re doing something about it,” said Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.

Wood and Caltrans reach broadband agreement

MENDOCINO VOICE--After more than two years of legislative discussion, the north coast’s Assemblyman Jim Wood has announced an agreement with Caltrans over the installation of broadband conduit during Caltrans projects. According to a press release from Wood sent last week, Caltrans has agreed to establish a policy by July 1 that would require the agency to install broadband conduit in priority corridors throughout the state when undertaking trenching projects.