A GROUP OF JOSEPHINE COUNTY MARIJUANA GROWERS ARE FORMING A GROUP WHICH WOULD OPPOSE AN ORDINANCE THAT THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE INTENDING TO PASS, SAYING IT VIOLATES THEIR PROPERTY RIGHTS, REPORTS THE GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER. THE ORDINANCE WOULD BAN COMMERCIAL FARMING IN RURAL RESIDENTIAL ZONES ON LOTS 5 ACRES AND SMALLER. THESE NEW RULES WOULD ALSO RESTRICT THE SIZE OF COMMERCIAL GROWS ON RURAL RESIDENTIAL LOTS LARGER THAN 5 ACRES. THE GROUP IS CALLED FARM & AGRICULTURAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT OR SIMPLY, “FARM.”

SOURCE: GRANTS PASS DAILY COURIER