A farming incubator could return the land to its historical roots, preserve it for farming “start-ups,” and ensure that our agricultural heritage remains a place to begin the future.
If Arcata doesn’t want this $3 million sugar plum, someone else will gladly take it.
One neighbor respected Vanciel as a rugged individualist with certain personal issues, but not malevolent in any way. The neighbor said Vanciel was happy and calm when at home with his beloved animals.
ARCATA – Cypress Grove Chevre has abandoned plans to install a 1,200-goat dairy on the Arcata Bottom and will look for an alternate site. The decision follows a meeting last night in which neighbors voiced multiple objections. Below, a press release issued Tuesday afternoon: Arcata Cheesemaker Decides Against Proposed Arcata Bottom Property Arcata, CA –…
Neighbor Don Nielsen announced that the Bloomfield Neighbors Association had secured the Bloomfield auditorium for Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. to discuss concerns.
As it turns out, up to 1,400 goats would be housed at the site in a large building. The prospect of that many goats on 23 acres adjacent to residential areas raised concerns about noise, smell, traffic and property value impacts, plus questions about disposition of the effluent the animals will generate.