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Clover Creek Cultivation

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Caliente, Lincoln County, Nevada, USA


37.614965, -114.511938









Clover Creek Cultivation is committed to cultivating and producing high quality cannabis while strengthening and improving our communities through unprecedented revenue source.

In November 2017 the Nevada Department of Taxation announced it was accepting applications for marijuana cultivation and production licenses in rural counties with populations below 100,000 to allow at least one cultivation and production facility in all counties. With local ties to the community the team at Clover Creek Cultivation was assembled and began engaging in moving regulations forward to promote economic development and new opportunities for the area.

Clover Creek Cultivation was approved for medical cannabis cultivation and production license in April of 2018. The company acquired 120 acre parcel in Caliente, NV for future business and plan to build a new, state of the art facility with room for expansion as the market demand increases.

Clover Creek Cultivation expects to bring local economic growth by creating jobs, building community and governmental relationships, as well as producing revenue for the city with a strong operational vision. The Company plans to add over to 200 new jobs amongst executives, managers and employees to the Caliente and surrounding area over the next three years during construction and once the company reaches full production. Clover Creek Cultivation will have an expert team with skills applied to cultivating and producing top shelf flower and concentrates to supply the sky rocketing demand in Nevada marketplace.

Caliente, a city located in Lincoln County, Nevada, has a population of 1,130 and sits at 4,300-foot elevation. The city’s name originated from the nearby hot springs and was founded in 1901. In 1905, the Union Pacific railroad was completed, followed by the construction of the train depot in the style of Spanish mission architecture. The train depot, built in 1923, is now home to some city and county offices and a museum that exhibits historical information.

Clover Creek Cultivation obtained 120-acre parcel with full sun exposure and will initially build on a portion of that land with room for expansion as opportunity grows. Clover Creek plans to build out the project in multiple phases with additional construction occurring sequentially within each phase.

Initial structures include the administration building and the trim house encompassing 32,848 square feet; this space will be used for processing, drying, trimming, office space, bathroom facilities, lockers, and employee break room and will include reception and lobby area. State of the art greenhouses will be constructed in phases to allow operations to begin while completing the builds. When project is complete there will be a total of 207,360 square feet of growing area with connector building joining the greenhouse space, trim house and storage, production area and the administration building.



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