Since 2016, hundreds of cannabis cultivators in Trinity County have come out into the light, and worked tirelessly, grassroots style, to establish responsible local policy. Today, we come as a legal burgeoning industry, united in our voice and vision of a positive future for cannabis in Trinity County, as well as an understanding of the great importance of building bridges with our community. We have an immense opportunity to heal as a community, both from the legacy environmental issues of an unregulated industry, and the outdated stigmas that misrepresent our value.
We strive to uphold the Resolution of the Trinity County Board of Supervisors Adopting The Four Principles for Local Regulation of Cannabis, developed in partnership with the citizens and representatives of our county, including many of our organization’s founding members. We believe it is imperative that Trinity County be a safe place for all residents to live, work, enjoy retirement and raise their families; that the historical quality of life and natural environment in Trinity County be protected and restored; that regulated cannabis cultivation in Trinity County take place without environmental damage and without detriment to neighbors and communities; and that we advance Trinity County’s reputation as a popular tourist destination. We are eager to work with all stakeholders, local and state government and agencies, and members of our community to achieve these important goals and more.
Trinity County has a rich heritage and wealth of natural resources. We celebrate our unique culture of rugged independence and strongly knit communities. In order to ensure an abundant and prosperous future for our watershed and our children we must, as a community, work towards a balanced and symbiotic relationship with our environment and evolve beyond the cycle of boom and bust. We can only truly achieve The Four Principles as a diverse community of citizens who respect each other’s differences, and honor our mutual values centered on protecting this very special place.
We want to thank and honor everyone working toward a positive future for Trinity County. We look forward to working together alongside you for many years to come. If you would like to reach out to us, please do so by visiting us at trinityagriculture.org or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 628-0155.
Trinity County Agriculture Alliance
The Trinity County Agriculture Alliance (TCAA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade organization (application pending) dedicated to the advancement of an ethical, sustainable and prosperous cannabis industry for professionals operating legally in Trinity County, California.