DENVER, Sept. 6, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – L’Eagle Services, a retail cannabis dispensary specializing in clean cannabis, has earned recognition as a Certified Green Business from the City and County of Denver Department of Environmental Health for the second year in a row.
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A new report on the cannabis industry has identified several emerging trends as more states boldly ignore the federal government and push forward with legalization.
DENVER, May 22, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – The Organic Cannabis Association, dedicated to rigorous cultivation standards for the legal cannabis industry, today commended the State of Washington for taking the first step to provide an organic certification for the state’s marijuana cultivators.
With legalization making gains across North America, a collective of marijuana farmers from California’s legendary Humboldt County hope that their brand of cannabis strains will set the bar high for the industry’s ecological standards.
DENVER, Dec. 13, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — L’Eagle, a retail cannabis dispensary specializing in clean cannabis, has earned recognition as a Certified Green Business from the City and County of Denver Department of Environmental Health.
If the commitment to combat climate change is credible and sincere it should also impact the government’s regulations with regards to cannabis cultivation.
On May 23, 2016, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission released video of the Cannabis Environmental Best Practices Task Force three-hour meeting held on May 19 at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem.
OAKLAND, Calif., Feb 25, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Today, The ArcView Group announced the launch of a Winner’s Fund that will deploy $50,000 into a top-rated company at each of its upcoming pitch events and the hiring of a Chief Mentor who will spend hours helping each company prepare to pitch ArcView’s 500+ high net worth investor members.
One area that has been quietly growing into its own in the second year of legalization is the environmental impact and regulations of cannabis cultivation.
History is full of examples of rational ends reached by irrational means, of expectations dashed only to be in a bigger picture fulfilled. James Savage, an entrepreneur and activist trying to carve out a niche for hemp-based construction, has noticed one recent example.
Flow Kana, a new San Francisco-based medical marijuana delivery service, has much loftier goals than just dominating the delivery market—they’re looking to change the world. The website details their farm-to-table ethos, advertising 100-percent sun-grown, pure-green, and connoisseur-grade product from Mendicino County.
Marijuana legalization will always be a cause to some people, while for others it will never amount to more than a financial opportunity. But what about the middle ground?
The August 28, 2014, issue of Rolling Stone has octogenarian Willie Nelson on the cover, calling him “America’s most beloved outlaw.” Within the story Willie says thusly, “You can bust me for weed, and I’ll pay my fine or go to jail.”
In an effort to bridge the gap between customers and cannabis providers, cannabis advocacy group NORML has paired with some of the industry’s leaders to create the NORML Business Network.