A pot plant grows in a remote area of Annapolis, California.
In recent years marijuana production has boomed in California, especially in the state's vast national forests. Last year, of the seven million illegal pot plants destroyed by drug agents, some four million were seized on public lands where growers set up huge plantations deep in the mountains. But in spite of these seizures, there remains a question of who's behind these operations. Reporter: Michael Montgomery
Republic of Cannabis
- a series co-produced by KQED and the Center for Investigative Reporting
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