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Ventura County

Ventura County is located along the Pacific Ocean and is part of the Greater Los Angeles area. The county is named after the Spanish colonial missionary Saint Bonaventure.

Ventura County covers an area of 1,845 square miles and has a population of over 850,000 people. The county is home to several major cities and towns, including Oxnard, Ventura, and Thousand Oaks. The area is known for its beautiful beaches, including Surfer's Point and Mandalay Beach, and its picturesque mountain ranges, including the Topatopa Mountains and the Santa Susana Mountains.

Ventura County has a rich history and culture, with a mix of Spanish, Mexican, and American influences. The county was originally inhabited by the Chumash people, and was later colonized by the Spanish in the late 1700s. Ventura County has a strong agricultural tradition, with crops such as strawberries, avocados, and lemons being grown in the region. The county is also home to several landmarks, including the Olivas Adobe, a historic ranch house that dates back to the mid-1800s, and the San Buenaventura Mission, a Spanish mission and fort founded in 1782.

Commercial cannabis is fully legal in Ventura County, with a fairly large amount of licenses across all business categories. Mixed-light and indoor growing dominates the regions cultivation.

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