Extreme temperatures and high winds, sometimes abetted by lightning strikes, continue to burn hundreds of thousands of acres, chewing through California’s brush land, canyon country and dense forest.
As intense as wildfire has been in the region surrounding San Francisco, burnings from Sierra Nevada to Southern California have been been profoundly destructive and, too, are resulting in untold cannabis product losses.
MJ Biz Daily
- A Yolo County cultivator said 2,000 of his 12,000 plants suffered smoke damage. In Santa Cruz County, the venerable WAMM Phytotherapies has probably lost a farm, according to founder Valerie Corral, who evacuated on Tuesday night.
- “There are a ton of farms that are located in the fire’s path. No one’s out of the woods yet. This is just starting,” said farmer Keala Peterson. On Wednesday Peterson’s Sweet Creek Farm lost 80% of its crop, which was uninsured.
- What is potentially most damaging about politically motivated federal investigations? Their impact on stock market, their impact on merger transactions, or how they might drive operators back into the traditional market?
Cannabis Industry Journal
- The former French Laundry culinary gardener who aims to become the nation’s first organically certified craft cannabis grower would be bringing the Petaluma Gap along in the process.
North Bay Business Journal
- In this webinar replay, it’s boldly posited that the first Green Rush is over. Is that a good thing?
- Finally the city of Weed is in on the revenue possibilities, if not the joke, and moving toward a development deal.
Mt. Shasta News