November 30, 2010 · 0 Comments
?Exclusive Interview: Humboldt County Growers Find Collectives Bring ComplicationsBy Jack RikessToke of the TownNorthern California Correspondent”It seemed so much easier when it was illegal,” my knowledgeable friend told me candidly. “You basically had to hide what you were doing and find your own way to get your crop to market. Trying to do this legally with others and letting the government and the law in? It’s a headache.”Toke of the Town spoke with a grower in Humboldt County who, along with others, has taken the steps to establish a farmer’s collective, primarily a way to come out of the shadows legally in an effort to develop safe and fair practices for the distribution of marijuana.