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Opium production down as communities in Mexico’s Golden Triangle turn to forestry ...
By Anne Franssen - March 30, 2022
Four communities in Mexico’s state of Durango, located within the ‘Golden Triangle’, an area known for the presence of the Sinaloa Cartel and opium and marijuana production, embarked on a sustainable forestry project to reduce dependence on illegal crop production.

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