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Siskiyou County

Unfortunately, the government of Siskyou County has prohibited all forms of cannabis business within the unincorporated parts of the county. Some municipal jurisdictions within the county have allowed limited cannabis operations, so there is currently a tiny industry there.

Located in Northern California along the Oregon border, Siskyou county is a region defined by its rugged geography, gold rush history, and Native culture. Its largest city, Yreka, has a population of around 7500 people and is known for a historic gold discovery. As of September 2021, the county was home to a population of approximately 43,000 residents. Historically, the area was populated by the Modoc, Shasta, and Kayuk Native people, among many others. Siskyou county is known for being the center of the "State of Jefferson", a secessionist 51st state movement encompassing Northern California and Southern Oregon, rejecting the political control of Salem and Sacramento. The geography of Siskyou County is dominated by the stratovolcano Mount Shasta, which is the second-highest peak in the Cascade Range. Surrounding the mountain are rolling hills and volcanic plains.

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