While the tiny units sound primed as the ultimate infill project, Stephen Marshall, owner of Little House on the Trailer, cited one major barrier to their widespread adoption in Petaluma and in many cities elsewhere: red tape.
Farming is still alive and well in a region once known as “The Egg Capital of the World,” where long-time family farms and aspiring new producers around Petaluma are feeding a growing appetite for all things local.
With small-craft boating now a common form of recreation in Petaluma, the nonprofit Friends of the Petaluma River that manages the dock at Steamer Landing is looking to replace the temporary facility with a souped-up launch.
The first Yukon gold rush really got going in early July 1897, when a ship docked in Seattle and the World Press blared that miners returning from Alaska were toting “bags of gold” and that the gold strike along the Klondike River was huge.
Marijuana lovers in Sonoma County will light up today at 4:20 p.m. in celebration of ‘Weed Day.’ But many are blissfully unaware that investors are growing increasingly interested in their favorite psychoactive herb.