In an isolated Northern California community, the last remnants of the counterculture are confronting the future of cannabis. For more than forty years, the epicenter of cannabis farming in the United States was a region of northwestern California called the Emerald Triangle, at the intersection of Humboldt, Mendocino, and Trinity Counties. Of these, Humboldt County is the most famous. It was here, in hills surrounding a small town called Garberville, that hippies landed in the…
Emily Witt, New Yorker
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