CLOVER CREEK: PHASE 1
55,000 Square Feet under construction
Founder financed $1.6M and committed $1.8M
Fully licensed Medical/Recreational/Extraction as of January 2019
Enthusiastic support from local and state regulators
CLOVER CREEK CULTIVATION
Caliente, Nevada, located in Lincoln County, 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 purchased 200 acres of land with full sun exposure and plan to initially build on a portion of that land with room for expansion as opportunity grows. Early operations include installation of 55,296 square feet of greenhouse space and will employ the use of modular buildings for supporting tasks. Clover Creek will build out the full scale facility in multiple phases with additional construction occurring after initial operations commence.
Permanent structures will include the administration building and trim house; 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. Additional state of the art greenhouses will be installed in phases to allow operations to begin while completing construction. When project is complete there will be a total of 276,480 square feet of growing area with connector building joining the greenhouse space, trim house and storage, production area and the administration building.
Our first phase of operations includes modular buildings to house security, office and processing space as well as the first installation of light deprivation greenhouses. The mixed-light greenhouses include automated blackout features, climate and humidity controls with separation of growing spaces that will ultimately be joined by a connector building to cultivate and process the crop efficiently. The first phase also includes installation of security cameras and monitoring system, fencing, roads and drainage and office equipment.
The remainder of the project includes permanent support buildings and installation of additional greenhouses while operations continue. Once construction is complete there will be a total of 276,480 square feet of controlled growing area with connector building joining the space, trim house and the administration building.