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“It’s ruining my livelihood”: Holland Marsh cannabis controversy

The Holland Marsh is big business for farmers who make their livelihood off the rich, fertile earth, so when cannabis greenhouses moved onto the land, the concerns grew.

“They don’t make marshes every day.” Farmer David Munshaw is concerned about the future of the marsh. “You can’t recreate this. You can’t make more marsh soil.”

A cannabis operation with its 28 greenhouses has moved in next to Munshaw’s carrot and onion farm.

The farmer says marijuana grow ops don’t belong in the marsh and covering the land instead of using it is a problem.

Read More here: barrie.ctvnews.ca/holland-marsh-farmers-speak-out-after-cannabis-operations-move-in-1.4822825
By: Aillen Doyal CTV News

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