CalCannabis comes to Plumas County – California News

CalCannabis comes to Plumas County – California News

Amber Morris, head of the Cannabis Cultivation Licensing Branch at the California Department of Food and Agriculture, stands before the welcoming placard when CalCannabis and the state water board visited Quincy on July 13. Photos by Steve Wathen

CalCannabis brought out all its guns to present to the public the status of its progress in developing regulations for both medical and recreational cannabis cultivation in California.

A dozen or so large placards stood on easels with a staff member standing in front of each one to answer questions. A stenographer drove in from Reno to take down people’s testimony, and staff from the Cannabis Cultivation Licensing Branch for the California Department of Food and Agriculture came to present the department’s update.

The California Water Resources Control Board also sent two representatives to the presentation to answer questions.

About two dozen citizens showed up for the presentation with questions on July 13 in Quincy. Reportedly, many of them thought it was a presentation by the Plumas County Cannabis Working Group.

The Cannabis Working Group is taking its draft cannabis ordinance on the road throughout the county during July and August seeking public input.

Now regulating all cannabis

Michael Stevenson, consultant from Horizon Water and Environment, LLC, who gave the presentation, pointed out that the California legislature in June had combined administration of both medical and recreational uses of cannabis in California through passage of the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act.

Michael Stevenson, consultant from Horizon Water and Environment, LLC, gives his presentation for CalCannabis on July…

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