San Francisco Chronicle Features Real Goods in Cannabis Tourism Article

With cannabis tourism starting to boom in Northern California, the San Francisco Chronicle took a trip to Real Goods' home - the Solar Living Center.

The Solar Living Center was recently purchased by cannabis distribution company Flow Kana, who intends to use the beautiful 12-acre site as a cannabis history and demonstration site complete with a visitor's center.

Read the San Francisco Chronicle article featuring Real Goods and the burgeoning cannabis tourism industry.

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NBC News Profiles Real Goods' Place in the Off-Grid Movement

Check out NBC News' video piece and accompanying article on Real Goods' impact on the "back to the land" off-grid living movement that started in the 1960s and continues stronger than ever today!

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California Business Journal Profiles John Schaeffer’s Pioneering Influence

The California Business Journal's Rick Weinberg has written an excellent article on Real Goods founder and former president John Schaeffer's work as a pioneer in solar power and environmentalism as a whole.

Read the full article on the California Business Journal's website here.

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Santa Rosa Press Democrat Reflects on Real Goods' History

Meg McConahey's article "Real Goods Solar Living Center in Hopland is a showcase of sustainable living" in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat touches on the history of Real Goods and the Solar Living Center just in time for our 38th anniversary celebration.

Click to read the article on the Press Democrat's website here.

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Ukiah Daily Journal Highlights SLC's 20th Anniversary

Carole Brodsky of the Ukiah Daily Journal highlights some of the events and activities in the upcoming Solar Living Center 20th anniversary celebration June 11-12 at the site in Hopland, CA.

Read the article on the Ukiah Daily Journal's website here.

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SLC and Emerald Pharms Featured in Wall Street Journal Video

Wall Street Journal’s Jake Nicol examines how solar PV and marijuana farming evolved from fringe industries to big business in Northern California.

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