After Hacker Creek 

As harvest time comes to the hills, residents grapple with the consequences of diesel-fueled dope

[slideshow-1] Here, the air above the creek bed hums with the murmur of bees. The tock-tock of dripping liquid sounds like the faint ticking of a clock. This late in the year, the water barely creeps over the rocks but the air…

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