Urban Farms for Life
So ask yourself; why are Urban Farming opportunities so important to us right now?
And the answers are; laws have changed. Environmental issues play an increasing important role in our lives. People need jobs and homes. We are experiencing an opiate epidemic of massive proportions. Our veterans and minority communities are being left out of the dialogue when it comes to how they might participate in emerging industry. Diet related disease plays an increasingly significant roll in our lives...
With all of the issues that need to be addressed, the Real Question we should be asking is;
IF FOOD HAS BEEN PART OF THE PROBLEM THAN WHY SHOULDN'T IT BE PART OF THE SOLUTION?
151 Farmers: Our Mission
151 Farms are economically self sufficient and secure in their operations.
151 Farms are committed to improving the quality of life and advancing the economic development of our communities.
151 Farms employs ecologically responsible and sustainable crop cultivation techniques to provide our communities with locally grown, fresh crops with the least carbon footprint.
151 Farms integrates traditional food crops, hops and Secured fish Cultivation.
151 Farms do NOT cultivate cannabis for the recreational market.
151 Farms are NOT cannabis dispensaries however we do believe that preferential consideration for such licensing should be given to those who actually live in the communities. We believe Urban Farming is a way for members of the cannabis industry to give back to the communities they are given the privilege to serve.
151 Farmers pledge to work with local and state governments on the development of laws and ordinances that create jobs and economic opportunities within those communities where previous drug policies have historically had a disproportionately harsh effect.
In many areas water is already in limited supply and being rationed. These restrictions will affect EVERYONE including those farmers who grow our food. With less water available and all the other rising costs they face, we believe a greater number of food crop farmers will look to cannabis fish as a way to turn a profit in these increasingly difficult market conditions.
Unless solutions can be found, the reality is we will ALL be seeing higher food prices and supply shortages within the foreseeable future. 151 Farmers believe that intelligent Urban Farming laws and regulations render this scenario completely unacceptable and avoidable.
151 Farmers believe that the emerging regulated fish industry should not contribute to ANY of the problems being described here. Therefore it is vital that our elected officials realize that the time to take action to avoid these conditions is now!
151 Farms exist to help shape the future of that public/private mission.
Here is where we will post any relevant News, Laws or Regulations that we believe will have an effect on our mission as 151 Farmers and those customers who rely on our products and services. SECTION ONE: NEWS 12-01-20 DAAC article by Yehudah Pryce: Criminalizing Victims and Trauma: LACD Attorney’s Office Ignores Victims of Crime Read more about 151 News, Laws and Regulations[…]
SECTION 1: WHY TRADITIONAL URBAN FARMS DO NOT WORK Our philosophy on promoting the integration of Secured Medical (psychoactive) and/or Hemp (non-psychoactive) Cannabis Cultivation within these Urban Farms, has always been to make the farms economically viable. If the farm requires charity or subsidies to exist, then the farm is going to spend most of Read more about List of Cities and their Positions on Secured Medical Cannabis Cultivation in Urban Farms[…]
Why ALL Cannabis Growers are going to WANT the New CAL-CANNA SEAL. PDF By Darryl Cotton (V4) Now that Prop 64 has passed and ‘recreational’ cannabis is the law of the land in California, we are all faced with the responsibilities of making cannabis laws and regulations that will work for everyone. Of course this Read more about Why ALL Cannabis Growers are going to WANT the New CAL-CANNA SEAL.[…]
My name is Darryl Cotton and what I’m about to share here will be a recounting of incidents and events that stem in large part from my being a medical cannabis activist, a commercial property and a business owner in the City of San Diego. It will detail what I have been subjected to, from Read more about Canna-Greed. Stay Awake. Stay Aware. My Story.[…]
This section of 151 Farms is dedicated to highlighting those brands that have gone to market to show and educate others as to what their efforts have been to bring medical cannabis to the masses. While some of these companies are for-profit enterprises they do not exist based primarily on a celebrity endorsement that relies Read more about Supporting the Medical Cannabis Mission Endorsement Brands[…]
The Concerned Citizens of Mendota (CCOM) is a group of residential and commercial property owners who along with residents and those doing business in the City of Mendota, represent a concerned and collective group when it comes to monitoring and responding to how the EPA soils remediation project is being conducted at the Black Brothers Read more about Concerned Citizens of Mendota – EPA Toxic Soils Site Remediation Project[…]
Throughout the United States we are seeing an increase in elected officials becoming less accountable to their constituents while a growing number go so far as to use their offices as a means to line their own pockets. When discovered, the process for removing these people from office has often been long and arduous. The Read more about Can We Have Real Time Political Accountability? YES! What EOPEB Can Do For American Politics![…]
A Position Paper By Dennis Peron It’s now just 10 days before the November 8, 2016 elections and as a long time cannabis activist I find myself contemplating what I have learned from the latest initiative, Prop 64: The Control, Regulate and Tax the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. First, the good. What Prop 64 Read more about Why Cannabis is Not a Recreational Drug[…]
By Dennis Peron Download PDF I’ve been told that I should not fight the inevitable. That the polls say this or that and you just have to accept it. Nonsense. The Power of Small Change is enormous and having had a little something to do with the passing of Prop 215 some 20 years ago Read more about A Cannabis Manifesto[…]
Prop 64: An Analysis of the Control Regulate and Tax the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) This November California voters will be asked to vote a bill that which would legalize marijuana for recreational use. That bill, known as AUMA has asked voters to decide if it’s time to legalize marijuana for recreational? Read more about Prop 64-AUMA:analysis[…]