Washington Post, October 14, 2018

Despite its small footprint on the region’s agricultural land, cannabis cultivation is reinvigorating the regional economy. These local farmers, many of who have been practicing #agriculture in the community across generations, are predicted to send an annual $25 million in fees and revenue back to Santa Barbara County. This tax revenue “will go toward enforcing the cannabis law,” keeping the community safe from illegal growth, with additional funds earmarked for other vital public services.

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