Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP)

The CAMP program along with our local, state, and federal partner agencies will continue to eradicate the large scale illegal marijuana cultivations from public and private lands that cause deforestation, damage to wildlife habitats, pose danger to our citizens, and hazardous-chemical pollutions.

The illicit cultivation of marijuana continues to be a major problem in California. Drug trafficking organizations utilize Californians public lands to produce marijuana by diverting our precious water resources, clearing our public lands, and destroying watersheds for their financial gain.

CAMP works with local agencies to eradicate large scale illicit grow sites, and remove tons of debris and dangerous chemicals. Illicit marijuana producers often kill off wildlife and poison our environment, damaging our natural resources.