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Officer Huther, center, of the United States Park Police talks with other officers about the second marijuana grow site, which is about a ten-minute hike from this spot.

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Patrick Foy of the Californian Department of Fish and Game, stops to take a drink of water as he waits for a small group of High Sierra volunteer trail crew members to make their way to the second marijuana grow site, which is near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park.

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United States Park Police set their equipment down as they take a break from a long hike into the Sequoia National Park.

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United States Park Police keep a look out while High Sierra volunteers scout a Marijuana camp.

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An assortment of food products sit on a make shift table at a marijuana grow site near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park.

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Officer Huther, right, of the United States Park Police, stops for a moment to take a drink of Gatorade as another officer walks during their hike to the second marijuana grow site, which is near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park.

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A picture of a woman lying on a bed in her underwear is nailed to a tree in the middle of a marijuana grow site near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park.

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A bag of Vigoro all-purpose fertilizer lies in the middle of a marijuana grow site near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park. Along with different types of fertilizers, marijuana growers also use an assortment of pesticides that can end up in near by streams, which in turn can have negative affects on the surrounding wildlife.

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A team member of the United States Park Police leads a small group of High Sierra volunteer trail crew members to the second marijuana grow site, which is near Balch Park Road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park. The High Sierra volunteer trail crew members help with grow site restoration.

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A box of all-purpose Miracle-Gro lies on the ground next to a marijuana grow site near Balch Park road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park.

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Officer Huther, left, and Officer Ewing, right, of the United States Park Police, check their GPS devices to help navigate the crew to the second Marijuana grow site, which is located about ten-minuets from this site.

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A Blackhawk helicopter hovers over an open area next to a marijuana grow site, near Balch Park road and Pine Creek located in the Sequoia National Park, to drop nets to the team below. After two large nets were dropped a cleanup crew fills them with bags of trash and irrigation tubes left by the marijuana growers.

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Trash and irrigation pipes from a near by marijuana grow site are placed into nets which are air lifted out by helicopter. The trash is sorted on site to separate the hazardous materials such as pesticides from regular trash such as food cans.