Electricity drives many legal grow operations and could irrevocably damage marijuana plants during harvest season.
As California fires rage on, they continue to threaten and burn marijuana crops.
Expanding wildfires are burning much more land than they used to and the resulting air pollution affects us deeply, damaging our bodies and making it harder for us to breathe.
Here's something that never would have happened without marijuana legalization: A California cannabis farmer received a $1 million insurance payout.
When news spread that more than 30 California marijuana farms were destroyed by wildfires, concerned friends created a crowdfunding campaign.
The October firestorms raging in Northern California have incinerated nearly a quarter million acres and displaced more than 100,000 residents.
Northern California's fierce wildfires have killed at least 13 people and destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings as of Tuesday afternoon.
The National Interagency Fire Center estimates that 411,742 acres were destroyed or damaged by 3,692 fires during California's epic wildfire season.
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