Residents of Basalt, Colorado, are upset by what they say is the dank stench emanating from nearby High Valley Farm.

Some small-town Coloradans are fed up by what they say is an intolerable smell wafting from a nearby marijuana farm.

Residents of Basalt, Colorado, a town of nearly 4,000 about 30 minutes' drive from Aspen, have had enough of High Valley Farm, a 25,000-square-foot greenhouse facility that grows marijuana for Silverpeak Apothecary, a cannabis dispensary in Aspen. Locals are upset by the strong smell floating from the grow house, which opened last year, saying it is driving down property values. "That smells like money to High Valley Farm," said Todd Emerson, a resident of Holland Hills, a nearby subdivision, according to The Aspen Times. "It doesn’t smell like money to Holland Hills — it smells like property devaluation."

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