Reggae On The River could potentially return this year

After a hiatus brought since a 2019 cancellation, then the pandemic in the subsequent years,Reggae On The River music festival could be back this year.

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Rex Bohn appointed to California Cannabis Authority

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors appointed 1st District Supervisor Rex Bohn to serve as a county representative for the California Cannabis Authority (CCA) Tuesday following 5th District Supervisor Steve Madrone’s decision to resign from the appointment. Bohn will represent Humboldt County for the CCA alongside county Treasurer-Tax Collector John Bartholomew.

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Budding Interests | ‘Trim’ looks at legalization through the eyes of women

A new documentary, “Trim: Women in Cannabis,” takes its viewers on a visual journey through the lives of more than 200 women working in Northern California’s cannabis industry.

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DCC is now accepting requests for Equity Fee Waivers

Cannabis equity businesses can now request a license fee waiver from the Department of Cannabis Control. 

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‘We’ve got to evolve’: Humboldt County cannabis industry looks to tourism

Struggling legacy farmers need tax breaks, promotion to move into future, local leaders say.

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25 years later: How Prop. 215 changed the cannabis landscape for Humboldt County and California

Proposition 215 celebrates its 25th anniversary this month. Proposition 215, known as the Medical Marijuana Initiative or the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, enabled cannabis to be a recommended medication by doctors to their patients and also allowed the plant to be grown and sold in California. So what has happened in 25 years?

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Budding Interests

A recent survey from the Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy and Cooperation Humboldt found that the vast majority of local cannabis cultivators want more cooperative support

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Marin hospital backs bill to allow cannabis use inside health care facilities

Hospital supports bill for terminally ill patients to use medical cannabis in their institutions

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Judge: County can’t ban water delivery to Hmong pot farmers

A federal judge has ruled Northern California county officials can’t stop trucks from delivering water to Hmong farmers who are illegally growing marijuana.

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Disaster Relief for Cannabis Businesses Affected by Fires

California is in the thick of fire season. The California Government knows these fires can wreak havoc on licensed cannabis businesses. They are here to help navigate these challenging times…

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