The California wildfires have caused devastation in the state for almost a week. What people may not know is that they've also destroyed most of the cannabis crop in the "Emerald Triangle" of marijuana cultivation. Greg Zeman, associate editor at Cannabis Now, describes the devastation as "historic." Most growers aren't covered by insurance, so don't qualify for emergency relief funds due to federal restrictions of cannabis. He hopes to see this change as marijuana becomes more widely accepted. He explains that most of the money transferred in this industry is cash, therefore many growers have lost their life savings to the fires. He says that individual consumers most likely won't see a price increase, but it's going to take a lot of donations and support for the growers to get their farms back up in working order.