Destroying Drug Labs, Preserving the Environment

Destroying Drug Labs, Preserving the Environment

By Geraldine Cook
July 01, 2013

Colombia’s eastern savanna covers an area of more than 107,000 square miles of green plains where tea-colored water flows in the dry season. The waterways are known as “morichales,” named for the 20-meter-high hardwood trees that grow thickly on the banks.

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