Dan Ehresman 
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Re: “Left With Nothing

It should be noted that the Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC) is not opposed to grows larger than 2,000 sq ft. We just don't think the estimated 4,000+ grows in Humboldt County who are cultivating around 10,000 sq ft (500lb, $1million/year operation) should get a free pass when many large-scale cultivators have clearly demonstrated that they are happy to disregard the rules - and generally accepted limits - when it suits them. There may indeed be locations that are appropriate for 10,000 sq ft ($500,000-$1million/year) operations such as agricultural properties with a sustainable water supply, but grows of this size should not be allowed on every single rural parcel over 5 acres in size as CCVH proposes. We need real limits. We need to rein in the impacts before biggering and biggering operations take over even more of our region's fragile landscape and watersheds to the detriment of our communities as a whole.

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Posted by Dan Ehresman on 07/16/2015 at 11:37 AM

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