Growing Pains: Can Sustainable Farmers Survive Legalization?

Growing Pains: Can Sustainable Farmers Survive Legalization?

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Securing local and state licenses to cultivate cannabis is costly

The California counties of Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity, which comprise the Emerald Triangle, emerged as the epicenter of domestic cannabis cultivation in the late 1970s and early ‘80s. After the Golden State legalized medical marijuana in 1996, the nascent cannabis industry spread throughout much of Northern California’s remote regions and into the Central Valley. But today anxiety is high in weed country, which desperately needs the industry to survive.

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