Building a Stronger Future, Stronger Communities and Protecting the Rural Agricultural Character of El Dorado County
El Dorado County Growers Alliance is the promotion and protection of the independent farms and businesses in the cannabis industry and the protection of the public health and patient’s rights, the restoration of natural resources and watersheds, the growth of economic activity and to provide for the general welfare of communities. See our "Community Commitment" Here.
In performing this mission, the alliance shall further the general interest of the commercial cannabis industry and not the interest of any one business or alliance member.
The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors is considering replacing the 200, 400, 600 sq. ft. personal medical cultivation ordinance to only allow six adult-use Plants. The Item is scheduled for 1 PM Tuesday, May 5th, 2020
The County has Created a Commercial Cannabis license
Application and Review System:
El Dorado County Commercial Ordinances, application fees and taxes have been adopted. See Copies here.
Our member meetings are on hold for the immediate future. We will try for a webinar about pesticide plans soon
Upcoming Alliance or County Workshops Dates TBD
- Pesticides and Organic Cannabis Growing
With El Dorado County Ag Commissioner Charlene Carveth
Commercial Cannabis is now in El Dorado County Because of Growers
Joining Together and Working Together
The Alliance brings together the power of El Dorado County growers to make a positive viable legal market and at the same time assist in protecting communities from the effects of the cannabis illicit market. EDCGA 2.0 is now reincorporated and completely independent from the California Growers Association.
The Growers Alliance works collectively for the benefit of EDC cannabis businesses. The entire State licensing process and system is not set up for small farmers, it is set up for well-funded businesses that can afford to take their time through the process and even potentially lose money for the first couple years. It is our goal as the EDCGA to collectively make this process as inexpensive and quick as possible.