WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo. introduced The Industrial Hemp Water Rights Act today, legislation to ensure farmers can use their water rights to grow industrial hemp in states where industrial hemp cultivation is allowed.
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SONOMA, Calif., Aug. 2, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Mountjoy Sparkling, Northern California’s leading producer of cannabis-infused sparkling water is now available in dispensaries throughout California and online.
EVERGREEN, Colo., April 25, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — ebbu™, an industry leader in cannabis research, has developed the industry’s first line of fast-acting, 100% water-soluble, truly consistent edible products that deliver a predictable and reliable experience.
DALLAS, Aug. 1, 2016/Weed Wire/ — Rocky Mountain High Brands, Inc. (OTC PINK:RMHB) announced today it has finalized the business alliance with Poafbybitty Family, LLC by forming Rocky Mountain High Water Company, LLC to launch Eagle Spirit Spring Water.
On July 23, 2016, officials with the town of Hugo, Colorado announced that the town’s water supply is free of contamination.
For many marijuana enthusiasts, the idea of having marijuana on tap sounds like a dream; however, for the residents of one small town, that dream is now an unwelcome reality.
As business owners, managing risk is something we are all aware of, but it’s often pushed to the side, especially with new businesses, in the battle for cash flow and stability. We tell ourselves that we will work on risk once we are making money.
The water consumed by California marijuana growers will now be regulated by state officials under a new program that could be up and running within a year.
A task force of Oregon marijuana growers, state agency representatives, and legislators is studying the use of energy and water in pot farming. When grown indoors, marijuana farms can use enormous amounts of energy. Indoor marijuana operations use 2 percent of Colorado’s energy supply. Meanwhile, the amounts of water used per plant vary.
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.
TALENT, Ore. — Starting March 1st, several new laws will begin to be implimented that affect medical marijuana patients, growers, and dispensaries.
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.
As a professional cannabis chef and artisanal food designer for Cheffettes, I began to contemplate the potential virtues of infusing my cooking butters and oils with cannabis using the sous vide technique.
As if they weren’t sufficiently complicated already, the political and policy issues that surround the legal marijuana industry may be reshaped in the not-distant future by the politics of water.
Global climate change is good for cannabis. According to a recent study published in The Daily Climate, global warming could catalyze the already rapid increase in the potency of marijuana’s medicinal and psychoactive properties. However, there are two sides to this ironic story.
If one were to ask what health and food safety have to do with cannabis, the answer is a lot! Hemp is a vital part of the cannabis industry.
Does anyone recall the taper tantrum from a couple of years ago? In the midst of the massive Fed money printing, there was a brief period where the markets really struggled from fear of the Fed ending quantitative easing.
The need to be better about our use of water is very clear. As an industry, this is a must and as investors, it is important to evaluate what this means for the bottom line.
We often like to think that marijuana cultivation is inherently an environmentally friendly process. Most of the perception is due in part to the hippie stereotype attached to marijuana.
There was once upon a time when California was the model of cannabis reform. In 1996, California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana; and many expected the Golden State to be the first to legalize recreational marijuana.
Marijuana is green, but how green is it? Environmentally, marijuana is not very green at all. Marijuana grow operations may not be as directly responsible for environmental damage as a chemical plant or oil refinery might be … .
According to Emily Paxhia, Founding Partner & Director of Relations at Poseidon Asset Management, LLC, marijuana investors look for opportunities that are ancillary, scalable and green.
Breaking news potentially affecting marijuana investors is that bureau officials are “evaluating how the controlled substances act applies in the context of reclamation project water being used to facilitate marijuana-related activities,” according to Peter Soeth, a spokesman for the bureau.