We're told the company that operates the ranch, Tyson Holistic, is comprised mainly of veterans, and says taking care of men and women who have served in the armed forces is a top priority. The 40-acre ranch is being built in California City, an area that's expecting a major boom now that recreational marijuana is legal.
It becomes the sixth USA state, and by far the most populous, venturing beyond legalized medical marijuana to permit the sale of cannabis products of all types to customers at least 21 years old.
In a video of the event, California City Mayor Jennifer Wood thanks Tyson for his commitment to the community, saying the industry will provide medical marijuana to people in need, revenue, jobs and income for residents.
The Tyson Ranch stands to make quite a fortune if current trends continue.
What you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre
As Microsoft noted previously, mitigating Meltdown and Spectre also requires installing firmware updates from hardware vendors. For months now, major tech vendors have been quietly developing safeguards against the vulnerabilities under a strict embargo.
Search for missing ME clammer will resume Saturday
Astronomical tides and a blizzard have created hazardous conditions and search crews are gearing up to walk the shoreline. According to authorities, Paul Benner, 33, left from the Long Cove Boat Ramp to clam on Clark Island, but did not return.