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The University of California Small Farm Program and UC Cooperative Extension advisors in four California regions are working with local partners to organize Regional Agritourism Summits for everyone involved in California agritourism. The Summits will be occasions for farmers, ranchers, county planners, the tourism community and others involved to share, learn, and plan together.

Agritourism operators, tourism professionals, county, city and state staff and officials, community organizations, agricultural organizations, tour organizers and all others who are connected to California agritourism are invited to join the conversations. Summits will be held in Davis, Petaluma, Modesto and Riverside.

Presentations and discussion topics will include county regulations; marketing plans; social media and event organizing training sessions; itinerary development; liability; financing ideas foragritourism development; and more.

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i live in hughson, ca. and have received a cannabis card and wanted to know if i could plant my plants outside. i was told that i would have to check the county guidelines for where i live and couldn’t find anything.

Stanislaus does not have any ban on outdoor growing. The counties that do act to have such a ban in place have the problem that their local ordinances interfere with a right given under state law Health and Safety Code 11362.5 and 11362.77(a), in which the state law allowing 6 mature or 12 immature plants preempts local ordinances.

Just a note of advice for anyone who does decide to plant outside, regardless of any laws or ordinances. Please do not plant in your front yard or anywhere others can see the plants. Many do this and it causes problems with people walking by and helping themselves. While it may souns like common sense, this is an ongoing problem in many counties.

The University of California Small Farm Program and UC Cooperative Extension advisors in four California regions are working with local partners to organize Regional Agritourism Summits for everyone involved in California agritourism. The Summits will be occasions for farmers, ranchers, county planners, the tourism community and others involved to share, learn, and plan together.

Agritourism operators, tourism professionals, county, city and state staff and officials, community organizations, agricultural organizations, tour organizers and all others who are connected to California agritourism are invited to join the conversations. Summits will be held in Davis, Petaluma, Modesto and Riverside.

Presentations and discussion topics will include county regulations; marketing plans; social media and event organizing training sessions; itinerary development; liability; financing ideas foragritourism development; and more.