Since our humble beginning in 2014,
we have been on a mission to
end cannabis prohibition
in Tuolumne County.
To ensure safe access for patients, substantiate the business of farmers, and encourage our community at large to consider what cannabis can do for our great foothill county.
We wish to bring cannabis to the table as a way to build a healthier community, contribute to a vibrant economy, and utterly demystify the plant for the public at large.
how we do it
We have this EPIC plan and we hope you will join us.
E - educate
We educate our diverse community with outreach projects, positive cannabis conversations, and supplying information that should always be free.
p - participate
We collaborate with local politicians in public governmental forums. We vote with our ballots and our dollars. We look for opportunities to assist other public agencies of change and progress.
i - integrate
We keep the conversational atmosphere around cannabis open, respectful, and curious by offering guidance through our TCA Code of Conduct.
c - cultivate
You know what to do here... the other part of cultivation is sharing it. We humanize ourselves by vulnerably baring the heart and soul of cultivation culture of the central Sierra: four season multi-culture gardens with sustainable horticultural practices.
What We have Achieved
- May 2017: Received direct representation in the Sonora City Council Marijuana Working Group via the appointment of Kira Tucker as an industry advocate.
- March 2017: Officially incorporated and rebranded as Tuolumne Cannabis Alliance.
- February 2017: Received direct representation in the Tuolumne County Marijuana Working Group via the appointment of Kira Tucker as an industry advocate.
- January 2017: Defeated a ban on commercial cannabis businesses in Sonora city Limits. Inspired the city council to form their own cannabis policy ad hoc group to investigate a future of cannabis in Sonora, CA.
- March 2016: Established a permissive land use ordinance and enforcement ordinance to allow personal medical cannabis gardens in the unincorporated area of Tuolumne County.
- December 2015: Regrouped as Tuolumne Cannabis Advocates (formally known as TCCSR) to educate the community on MCRSA regulations and coordinated public engagement to stop an urgency ordinance banning all aspects of cannabis aside from personal medical possession.
- February 2014: Halted a total ban on personal medical cannabis cultivation.
- January 2014: Formed as Tuolumne County Citizens for Sane Regulation (TCCSR).