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Yolo County

Yolo County is located in the central part of the state, and is considered part of the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. Yolo County is home to several major cities and towns, including Davis, West Sacramento, and Woodland, the county seat.

Yolo County has a population of over 220,000 people. It is known for its diverse geography, with rolling hills, wetlands, and the Sacramento River ecosystem. There are several landmarks and cultural attractions in Yolo County, including the Cache Creek Nature Preserve, the Putah Creek Riparian Reserve, and the University of California, Davis.

The history of Yolo County dates back to the early 1800s, when it was settled by Spanish and Mexican colonists. The county was named after the mis-translated name "Yol-Loy" of a chief of the Patwin tribe, on who's ancestral land the county sits. Over the years, Yolo County has developed a rich agricultural tradition, with crops such as tomatoes, almonds, and rice being grown in the region.

Today, Yolo County is known for its strong cultural and artistic communities, with a thriving arts scene and a number of annual festivals and events, including the Davis Film Festival and the Yolo County Fair.

Commercial cannabis is legal in Yolo county, with a reasonable amount of businesses of all kinds, and a wide variety of cultivation styles.

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