You can be forgiven if you forget that marijuana is still illegal in California, except for medical uses.
And part of the confusion comes from various state and local government agencies setting up rules and guidelines for marijuana cultivation.
The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board is among them, working toward a set of water quality regulations for marijuana growers.
Unregulated use of water causes issues both coming and going; involving water taken from streams and wastes put into them.
NCRWQCB's executive director joins us with an update on the rulemaking process.
Public comments will be taken until June 8 at email@example.com, or at the following address:
North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board
5550 Skylane Boulevard, Suite A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403