Dana Evanoff trims and tends to marijuana plants in Calaveras County, which is looking for revenue from growers. County supervisors have approved plans for cultivation fees from medical pot growers. After last year’s fire, land buyers moved in to acquire property for marijuana patches.
Dana Evanoff trims and tends to marijuana plants in Calaveras County, which is looking for revenue from growers. County supervisors have approved plans for cultivation fees from medical pot growers. After last year’s fire, land buyers moved in to acquire property for marijuana patches. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Dana Evanoff trims and tends to marijuana plants in Calaveras County, which is looking for revenue from growers. County supervisors have approved plans for cultivation fees from medical pot growers. After last year’s fire, land buyers moved in to acquire property for marijuana patches. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

After devastating fire, county turns to marijuana for comeback

June 25, 2016 6:00 AM

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