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Legal Fund


Otherside Farms needs your help and we are asking for support for our legal fund.  This will take care of any legal assistance we will have to pursue.

Your kind words also help us during this very difficult time.  To voice your concerns, opinions, or how medical marijuana or Otherside Farms has helped you, email [email protected] or fill out the form below.

Thank you for your support.

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