A California Native American tribe plans to be the first in the state to grow and distribute large amounts of medical marijuana in an indoor facility on reservation land. Mendocino County Supervisor Dan Hamberg expresses belief that the tribes are getting a head start at the expectation of California voters legalizing the recreational use of marijuana next year but also expresses concern of the environmental impact the tribal grown house will cause. To read the full article visit the link below.
SANTA ROSA, Calif. — A tribe in Mendocino County plans to be the first tribe in the state to grow and distribute a large amount of medical marijuana.
FoxBarry president Barry Brautman says the operation will sell marijuana only for authorized medical users and dispensaries, in line with state law. The business will include a 2.5-acre indoor growing facility, due to be completed in February, the tribe said.
Mendocino County officials said they were surprised by the tribe’s announcement Thursday of the planned marijuana business. Hamburg, the county supervisor, said he was concerned about the size of the operation, and said indoor facilities like the one planned by the tribe have a bigger environmental impact than outdoor marijuana plots do.
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