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Pot Zero's Zero-Carbon Footprint in Gypsum

Pot Zero's Zero-Carbon Footprint in Gypsum

Robert and Linda Trotter have created Pot Zero, a zero-carbon marijuana grow in Gypsum, where the mineral coming off the cliffs is just one of the natural ingredients that helps their cannabis grow. The sun, water from a stream running through their property, ladybugs and Robert's cattle all contribute to making this grow 100 percent organic and carbon-free. They've owned the property since 1992, and have been growing marijuana for the past three years. All photos by Jake Holschuh.


Robert and Linda Trotter have created Pot Zero, a zero-carbon marijuana grow in Gypsum, where the mineral coming off the cliffs is just one of the natural ingredients that helps their cannabis grow. The sun, water from a stream running through their property, ladybugs and Robert's cattle all contribute to making this grow 100 percent organic and carbon-free. They've owned the property since 1992, and have been growing marijuana for the past three years. All photos by Jake Holschuh.
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