Think the intersection of Ramon and Date Palm in Cathedral City is crowded now?
Before this year is done, a company based in Canada will break ground on a new marijuana operation covering 489-thousand square feet and capable of producing 277-thousand pounds of marijuana a year, all of it without pesticides.
About two-thirds of that will be concentrated into extracts and oil.
It’ll take until almost 2021 to complete the campus which will be built in two phases.
The Planning Commission has issued the permits to Sunniva Corporation.
According to its CEO, Doctor Anthony Holler, the goal of Sunniva is to ensure patients across California have access to trusted, consistent marijuana products free from pesticides.