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Spokane’s clean air agency is finally collecting annual fees to reduce pot farm odors, but outdoor growers feel unfairly targeted

Spokane’s clean air agency is finally collecting annual fees to reduce pot farm odors, but outdoor growers feel unfairly targeted

| July 11, 2019

Walk through the field at Orange State Cannabis, tucked behind an opaque privacy fence topped with razor wire, and there’s a surprising lack of the telltale odor you’d expect from a cannabis farm.

But the outdoor plants aren’t flowering when the Inlander visits the farm near Elk on a warm summer day last week. It’s when the flowers are produced and harvest happens that they are most likely to smell, explains Bernie Kessler, who owns Orange State with his son Nick and a silent partner.

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