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War in the Woods tells the story of the real dirt, guts, and sometimes blood involved in a perilous job: eradicating the illegal pot plantations that are fast turning once-pristine corners of America's state and national parks, national forests, and wildlife reserves into environmentally ravaged war zones. Featuring tales of actual drug busts told through the eyes of a gutsy game warden on the front line, it is a chilling and unforgettable read. Book jacket.
Lt. John Nores Jr., a longtime California Fish and Game Warden, serves as the point man for California Department of Fish and Game anti-marijuana actions in the North Coast District. In 2008, Nores received the Medal of Valor from Governor Arnold Schwarznegger for his leadership. James A. Swan, PhD, has written eight nonfiction books and recently produced a documentary film, Endangered Species: California Fish and Game Wardens. He is the co-executive producer of a forthcoming TV series on game wardens produced by Original Productions for National Geographic that features Nores.
Table of Contents
Palassou Ridge: The MET Meets for the First Time
Gunfight on Sierra Azul: One Man Down
Montebello Foot Pursuit: Light Runners and a Patrol Dog Come to the Rescue
Bohlman Road Gunfight: Déjà Vu Above the Quiet Suburbs
Day Mountain and the Arroyo Hondo: The Toughest Find Yet
Fay Creek Operation: Fish and Game Teams Take the Lead
Sanborn Park: Imminent Danger Close to a Kids' Camp
Environmental Restoration and Prosecution: Taking Back Our Wildlands
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