Fiery debate continues over growing cannabis in the area of BC known as the Agricultural Land Reserve. The provincial Agricultural Land Commission is now leaving it up to municipalities to decide whether they’ll allow cannabis greenhouses on the reserved land. Some farmers cried foul, while cannabis growers celebrated.
Vancouver Sun, Nelson Star, Twitter—Dan Sutton
- In Langley, BC, east of Vancouver, locals argue a proposed LP production site will disturb a nearby protected area for birds and wildlife.
- Farms located on land zoned for farming have the legal right to emit odours, argued Tantalus Labs‘ Dan Sutton, who said cannabis odours shouldn’t be considered more of a nuisance than manure.
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- Following recent Health Canada approval, 48North is set to open Canada’s largest outdoor cannabis farm.
- Leafly interviewed cannabis growers about how growing has changed over time, and especially since the waves of MED and finally REC legalization.
- Vancouver-based AAXLL Holdings, whose brands include illicit mail-order marijuana website Budderweeds and illicit edibles brand Discreetly Baked (available only through Budderweeds), filed an application to trademark the widely used term “BC Bud” in the United States.