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FTHB in CA looking for most relaxed county

  • August 20 2009 - Haight-Ashbury
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This site might assist you

I agree completely ca cowgirl! Municipal, county and state laws are not your issue but rather Federal.

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  • August 22 2009
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Guys, he's not talking about planting tomatoes.  (It may, however, be a market garden as Tristan suggested.  There are parts of CA that may be more "relaxed" but that has no bearing on federal laws.
  • August 20 2009
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Hey Forever,

I believe you have more criteria than county regulations. There are municipal regulations as well, especially in more populated areas. Urban, suburban, or rural makes a difference as does geography. Do you want a market garden?I recommend that you expand a lot on your question. Here is a link to orchard information from U.C. Davis. The SITE CONSIDERATIONS links address geographic considerations. The information is for orchards but you get the drift.

Your quest gets a lot easier when you limit it to places you're willing to consider. California is BIG and there are lots of locations that you wouldn't ever consider.

  • August 20 2009
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I think that would be Joshua Tree or Yucca Valley in the San Bernardino County.  I think they are also the most relaxed in ANY activities they do.

The home prices are also quite relaxed compared to major urban areas.

Not a place I would want to live though.
  • August 20 2009
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Sorry, rest of my question got cut off.

Most relaxed county in regards to maintaining an outdoor garden on the property.
  • August 20 2009
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