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StaffStaffJuly 5, 2019
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Matthew (Matt) Karnes has over 25 years of diverse finance and accounting experience. Prior to founding GreenWave Advisors LLC, Matt worked in equity research focusing on the Radio Broadcasting and Cable Television industries for First Union Securities. Matt also covered Satellite Communication at SG Cowen and in addition, worked with the top ranked Consumer Internet analyst at Bear Stearns & Co – this team was consistently recognized by the Institutional Investor’s “All America Research Team”.  As a sellside equity analyst, Matt authored and co-authored numerous emerging industry research reports including such names as Google, Sirius, XM Satellite Radio, DIRECTV and EchoStar Communications.

Matt was also Principal and Senior Equity Analyst at Bull Path Capital Management, a New York City based hedge fund, where he was responsible for investment strategies of emerging technologies primarily within the Technology, Media and Telecom sectors. Prior to his career on Wall Street, Matt held various finance and accounting positions at PriceWaterhouse Coopers and Deloitte as well as at Texaco Inc. where he worked throughout the U.S., Europe, The Caribbean and Asia. Additionally at Chase, Matt was responsible for implementing the bank’s corporate accounting policies on commodity, interest rate and foreign currency derivative products. Matt graduated from Fordham University with an MBA in finance and earned a B.S. Business Administration with a double major in accounting and finance from Miami University (OH). Matt is also a Certified Public Accountant.

 

GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A- 

Full birth name: Matthew Alan Karnes

Title: Founder

 Company: GreenWave Advisors (founded in 2014)

Years at current company: 5

Education profile:

Miami University – Oxford, OH: B.S.  Majors, Accounting and Finance

Fordham University – NewYork, NY: MBA International Finance

Certified Public Accountant – New York State

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: There is not one single accomplishment that stands out as the “most successful”. I have had the privilege of working with the best and brightest throughout my career with a success story each step of the way.  Starting with my tenure as an auditor at a “Big Four” accounting firm to the experience gained as an equity analyst at a Bulge Bracket investment bank, there have been many accomplishments but realized  mostly through team work.

Company’s most successful achievement:   As the industry gets ready to explode, we have much more to accomplish. Given my background in accounting/auditing, as well  buyside and sellside equity research, GreenWave is uniquely positioned to provide unbiased, independent financial research and analysis. In this regard, and with 5 years now under our belt (GreenWave was founded in 2014),  we are better able to read between the lines, connect the dots and ask the probing questions. With so many uknowns that loom, we provide a differentiated service offering with our brand established as the “go to” resource for investors.  

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): No 

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Not at the present time

Most important company 5 year goal: Stay tuned.


StaffStaffJuly 1, 2019
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Vern Keenan is a new market visionary and serial entrepreneur. A graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in Bio-Medical Engineering, Vern established his career as a technical and networking Director at Genentech and Oracle corp, before becoming an entrepreneur. During the Internet boom, Vern made a name for himself as one of the foremost analysts for eCommerce with his firm Keenan Vision. Vern later started Berkeley Logic, a tech services and consultancy focused on the small to medium sized business market. From there, Vern started Telnexus LLC, a VOIP services telecommunication company. Vern developed and implemented the telecom tax calculation engine for Telnexus that was the precursor to the Taxnexus cannabis tax compliance solution.
GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A –

Full birth name: Vernon Keenan, III

Title: CEO

Company: Taxnexus, Inc.

Years at current company: 1

Education profile: Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering (BSc) from Northwestern University 

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Global tech analyst

Company Mission: Make tax compliance easy for all cannabis taxpayers

Company’s most successful achievement: Monetizing the only cannabis tax regulation database in the world!

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Not yet

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Currently raising a $1M round on a $5M-pre  SAFE suitable for angel investors or seed-stage funds

Most important company 5 year goal: Wow, five years…be the nexus for all things tax!


StaffStaffJune 28, 2019
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This week Indiva Advisors LLP, a leading full-service CPA firm that provides high-quality accounting, tax and advisory financial services for cannabis and hemp businesses throughout the West Coast, announced expansion of service capabilities by acquiring Missouri Cannabis CPA, a Saint Joseph, MO-based practice; effective June 24.

“We are beyond excited for this merger,” said Indiva Advisors Managing Partner, Jessica Velazquez. “Expanding into this emerging market and joining forces with Tiffani Higgins opens up incredible opportunities for our firm and our clients. My passion from day one has been to reach businesses of all sizes across the US and this puts us closer to that goal.”

This is a strategic alliance that will drive growth for Indiva Advisors in the developing Midwest marijuana economy.

“I am so excited to partner with Indiva Advisors,” said Tiffani Higgins, CEO of Missouri Cannabis CPA. “We can help new Missouri businesses get started in the cannabis space and provide them with the top-tier support that larger companies already receive.”

Indiva Advisors is the leading CPA firm dedicated to the cannabis and hemp industries, with a team of experts bringing more than 40 years of experience. The company is operated by passionate and devoted CPAs and other financial professionals, all bringing a wide array of skills, specializations and knowledge. Indiva Advisors assists business owners and C-suite executives in achieving their goals by providing guidance on financial, transactional, and general business matters.

Higgins specializes in working with small business owners on tax, accounting, payroll and other financial areas.


StaffStaffJune 28, 2019
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Brandon Wiegand brings years of cannabis industry experience to his position as director of operations for The+Source, one of Nevada’s first and most popular dispensaries. Wiegand joined The+Source in June of 2017 and in addition to working closely with every department in the organization, oversees policy development and standard operating procedures. He is also responsible for monitoring the ever-evolving regulatory guidelines set forth by the State of Nevada to ensure The+Source remains a leader in compliance.  A strategic leader with a proven track record of continually improving operations and efficiency, Wiegand believes in mentorship and practices hands-on leadership. 

He has managed numerous successful company transitions for The+Source, including the transition of sales from medical to retail at the Las Vegas and Henderson dispensaries and the transition to Metrc, a turnkey solution specifically designed for government agencies regulating legalized marijuana.

Prior to joining The+Source, Wiegand oversaw operations of the production team at The Grove Investment Group (TGIG, LLC), a vertically integrated cannabis enterprise with Nevada licenses in dispensary, cultivation and production. While employed by The Grove, Wiegand managed the development and production of concentration products for various cannabis brands. He learned the complexities of responsible product development and distribution, especially in the areas of inventory management, supply chain, vendor relations, packaging, branding, order processing and compliance.

GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A – 

Full birth name: Brandon Wiegand

Title: Director of Operations

Company: The+Source, a Green Growth Brands company 

Years at current company: 2 years

Education profile: I received my BSBA in Real Estate Finance from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada (UNLV), where I was a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma-International Honor Society. During my time at the university, I was President of the UNLV Real Estate and Business Society (REBS) and a Certified Commercial Investment Member and Bernie Isaacson/ Commercial Marketing Group/Lied Institute CREC Scholarship Recipient. 

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: There are a number of accomplishments that I could point to, but I think Build a Greener Block was the one that meant the most to me personally and did the most for my real estate career. Build a Greener Block was a crowdsourced and crowdfunded redevelopment event that took over several vacated buildings in the Arts District in downtown Las Vegas for a weekend and transformed them with pop-up businesses, community events, and a ton of elbow grease. The event served as a catalyst for redevelopment in the immediate area and resulted in several of the pop-up businesses turning into permanent businesses that are still in operation today. The Build a Greener Block project taught me the impact that a single idea can have on a community.

Company Mission: Our mission is to provide a safe, clean, comfortable, respectful and compassionate environment, where our patients and customers can easily and affordably obtain a host of wellness products and services. We are dedicated to helping our patients through the healing process with a variety of wellness programs, education and advocacy, positive encouragement, mutual respect and a safe environment in both Vegas and Henderson. All activities will be conducted in compliance with Nevada law.

Company’s most successful achievement: Our single most successful achievement has been the award of seven additional dispensary licenses in the state of Nevada during the last application period. That was a very clear vote of confidence in our operation and our ability to execute, which is a result of the incredible team we have built.

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): 

If so, how much?:  Yes,  Green Growth Brands has raised about USD$130 million to date. 

Any plans on raising capital in the future? It is really exciting to be a part of the Green Growth Brands team at The+Source, where we are currently focused on growing our operations throughout Nevada with the seven additional retail licenses we were recently awarded. GGB is also quickly scaling cannabis operations throughout Massachusetts and Florida along with opening over 200 CBD shops throughout the country. As the company continues to scale its ambitious strategy, I expect there may be additional need for capital. 

Most important company 5 year goal: Our team is our secret sauce – we have done an exceptional job recruiting and developing talent that sets us apart. As we continue to grow and scale, we know it will become more difficult to maintain the culture, but that will be the most important company goal we can focus on. The cannabis industry is dynamic and iterative – it’s difficult to look out 5 years from now and articulate what our exact strategy should be, but I do know that it will be impossible to achieve without the right team and a strong culture of excellence.   

 


StaffStaffJune 27, 2019
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Dr. Jared Helfant graduated Cum Laude with dual degrees in health science and business from the University of Florida while simultaneously owning and operating a successful college town nightclub and lounge, called Simon’s, in Gainesville. He has since graduated top of his class from NYU dental school and built the TLC Dental brand that includes 5 successful locations in South Florida.
At Sparx, Dr. Helfant applies his expertise to oversee operations, branding, and marketing. With a proven track record of providing top-tier, customer-facing services and long-term strategic planning, his knowledge helps facilitate budget analysis, marketing strategies, and partner relationships.
GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A – 

Full birth name: Dr. Jared Noah Helfant 

Title: Co-Founder and President 

Company: Sparx Cannabis

Years at current company: 1

Education profile: Dr. Jared Helfant graduated Cum Laude with dual degrees in health science and business from the University of Florida. He has since graduated top of his class from New York University Dental School.

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Help build the TLC Dental brand that includes five successful locations in South Florida.

Company Mission: Sparx Cannabis is a California-grown, vertically-integrated and family-owned lifestyle brand that fits into the everyday life of cannabis consumers across all demographics and backgrounds. 

Sparx wants to remove the stigma and stereotypes that are associated with cannabis by showing how cannabis fits into the motto “Everyone, Everyday.” Sparx Cannabis strives to provide the highest quality, premium product through state-of-the-art technology and innovations that continue to move the industry forward. 

Company’s most successful achievement: Raising $10,000,000 in Series A funding to help expand the company’s footprint, hire more hard working employees and give back to the community. 

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes

If so, how much?: $10,000,000 in Series A funding was announced this month (June 2019)

Any plans on raising capital in the future? We do plan to raise additional capital in the future, but right now we are focused on utilizing our most recent Series A funding of $10 million. 

Most important company 5 year goal: In five years, Sparx Cannabis hopes to expand our footprint into multiple markets across California and potentially the country depending on how regulations change.


StaffStaffJune 26, 2019
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No stranger to entrepreneurship, Corey Mangold started his first company at the young age of 18. Even in his teens, he understood the great risk, and potential reward of going into business for yourself and accepted that challenge head-on. 

That risk has paid off more than once for Mangold, who has built multiple successful businesses over the last 20 years, the most notable so far being co-founding Gigasavvy, a leading Southern California advertising agency. Gigasavvy has launched and managed award-winning campaigns for Toshiba, Knott’s Berry Farm, Johnny Rockets, Hi-Chew Candy, Tenet Healthcare, and Northgate Markets, to name a few. 

Despite the numerous noteworthy clients and accolades, Corey Mangold measures success a little differently. When asked what his biggest achievement is, he highlights two things–building companies that feel like families who work passionately together toward a common goal and never compromising personal integrity or ethics. 

It is with that same uncompromising dedication to high standards that Corey approaches the cannabis industry. A studied medical cannabis user, Mangold started Orchid Ventures, Inc. with the intent of creating products that are enjoyable, approachable, and the highest quality, truly Creating the Highest Standards in Cannabis™.

GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A – 

Full birth name: Corey Mangold

Title: Founder & CEO

Company: Orchid Ventures, Inc. (https://orchidessentials.com/)

Years at current company: 2.5

Education profile: High School, started first business at 18 years old.

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Co-Founder & Principal of Gigasavvy, a nationally recognized advertising agency that’s been Top 10 Places to Work in Orange County for 4 of the last 5 years, and winner of dozens of American Advertising Awards.

Company Mission: The mission of Orchid Ventures, Inc. (Orchid Essentials) is to be a global CPG cannabis company built on integrity and customer loyalty. We are developing a house of lifestyle brands that focus on the mass-market appeal of medicinal & lifestyle products to be sold globally in both cannabis-focused and traditional retail outlets.

Company’s most successful achievement: Created one of the top-selling brands in Oregon within the first 4 months of launching our premium vaporizer lineup.

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes

If so, how much?: Approximately $6MM USD

Any plans on raising capital in the future? No financing rounds have been announced at this time.

Most important company 5-year goal: To have over 5 brands and 100 products sold in over 50 countries and in every medicinal and recreational state within the United States, as well as non-THC products sold in major big-box retail channels.

 

 


StaffStaffJune 24, 2019
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Morgan Paxhia is a co-founder and Managing Partner of Poseidon, one of the longest running funds in the cannabis industry.

With over ten years experience in investing and finance, Morgan has developed a deep understanding of individual company analysis, portfolio construction, and risk mitigation. Since 2012, he has dedicated his investment focus primarily to the cannabis industry. Given the limited amount of information in this emerging vertical, the lack of institutional research, and relative industry immaturity, Morgan embraces an active approach of working closely with companies. He utilizes a “boots on the ground” methodology to better understand individual companies and the industry. Through his extensive travel across the US and Canada, reviewing hundreds of business plans and overseeing several existing cannabis investments, Morgan has developed Poseidon’s investment methodology tailored specific to the business of cannabis. Poseidon’s proprietary process is driven by the time spent in the industry and the considerable data collected over the last several years. He has created frameworks for analysis depending on sub-sector, company stage, and participation across the capital spectrum through our database of contacts, valuations, metrics, and other relevant factors.

Morgan started his investment career at UBS Financial Services working in a Wealth Management/ Investment Banking hybrid training program. The training brought a wide range of first hand experience working through several facets of the organization, including advisory teams managing assets for high net worth individuals and municipal bonds trading. Following UBS, Morgan transitioned to a Providence-based Registered Investment Advisor as an Investment Consultant. During that time, he worked under the partners of the firm doing fundamental portfolio management.

Morgan graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics in 2005.

GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A –

Full birth name: Morgan C. Paxhia

Title: Co-Founder & Managing Partner

Company: Poseidon Investment Management

Years at current company: 6

Education profile: University of Rhode Island, BS in Applied Mathematics

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: My professional accomplishment before Poseidon would go back to my entrance into the professional world of finance. I landed a job at UBS in one of their hybrid training programs. This program fast tracked my exposure to the world of finance as we worked through various parts of a large financial institution. My experience was especially memorable as I was on the municipal bond trading desk during the Fall of 2008, the very chaotic period of The Financial Crisis.

Company Mission: Poseidon dedicated its investment focus to the emerging cannabis industry with the launch of our first fund in January 2014. Investing in cannabis requires full time focus, and very active engagement. We are generally growth stage venture investors seeking legitimate companies that provide meaningful value in a highly fragmented, dynamic market.

Company’s most successful achievement: Our investors are our greatest achievement. We are industry leading investors because of their trust and support.

As a result, we have had the opportunity to build the longest running investment track record in cannabis, work with many great companies, and generate very strong returns.

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no):  Yes

If so, how much?: Our firm currently has over $140 million in assets under management between our investment strategies.

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Poseidon focuses on making great investments on behalf of our fantastic investors. We will continue to raise and deploy capital in the cannabis industry as long as we continue to have great investment opportunities.

Most important company 5 year goal: Poseidon will be over ten years old and cemented its place in history as a significant contributor to the global cannabis industry.


StaffStaffJune 20, 2019
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Scott Vickers is the co-founder and CTO of Headset, Inc., turning retail data into real-time cannabis market insights.

Headset helps companies in cannabis succeed by promoting better decision making via market intelligence offerings and operational insights in a sleek, intuitive and easy-to-use package.

Prior to founding Headset, Scott co-founded Leafly in 2010.  Scott built and managed the web and mobile applications used by millions, helping to grow Leafly into the world’s largest cannabis information resource.  When not wrangling data at Headset, he enjoys spending time outside hiking in the Pacific Northwest.

GMR Executive Spotlight Q&A – 

Full birth name: Scott Vickers

Title: CTO

Company:

Headset, Inc. (https://www.headset.io/)

Years at current company: 4

Education profile: BS Computer Science, Cal State Fullerton

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Throughout my high school and college career I worked as the sole developer at a small company providing services for mortgage banks.  That company expanded and grew and was eventually acquired, teaching me a lot about the business of SaaS along the way.

Company Mission: Our mission is to help businesses easily understand the cannabis industry through data analytics and market intelligence, enabling them to make better-informed decisions, unlocking success and pushing the industry forward.

Headset has built a data analytics platform that fosters a technology ecosystem to streamline cannabis retail and business operations, provide actionable insights, and help manage the increasing amount of complexity and fast pace of this nascent yet highly competitive industry.

From retail and vendor operations to deep market intelligence, Headset helps with business decisions across the cannabis supply chain.

Company’s most successful achievement: One of our most successful achievements is having struck strategic alliances with companies like Deloitte, Nielsen and Cowen to offer them and their clients best-in-class recreational cannabis market intelligence. It is a big validation for our mission and the quality of our platform and products.

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes

if so, how much?: In January 2019 we announced the completion of our Series A round of financing. Headset secured $12.1 million in funding from a group led by Poseidon Asset Management and AFI Capital Partners. Canopy Rivers Inc. also participated in the investment round.

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Having completed our Series A funding a few months ago, we are laser focused on executing towards our short and mid-term goals, which are: improving current products and services; expanding the company’s offerings to additional U.S. states and international markets; supporting Headset’s partnerships and strategic alliances, and serving new customers within the cannabis industry and from the CPG, beverage/alcohol, and financial industries, who are taking an increased interest in this market.

Time will tell whether we’ll be raising more capital in the future. Right now, it is all about execution.

Most important company 5 year goal: Our 5-year goal is to become the standard for Cannabis Market Intelligence across companies investing and operating in the US and other international markets where cannabis legalization ensues.

However, the only certainty, especially in this industry, is change, sometimes, very dramatic changes, from local and federal regulations to other market conditions, there’s a lot of moving pieces. Our 5-year goal could change based on those market conditions, but for now our north star is the one previously mentioned.

 


StaffStaffJune 17, 2019
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Dave Smith is the Chief Revenue Officer at Flowhub responsible for overseeing the sales strategy and execution for revenue-generating teams. Dave has an extensive background in leadership roles, building world-class SMB and Enterprise sales teams at companies like Ceridian, Citrix Systems, and Convercent. Prior to Flowhub, Dave accelerated revenue growth from $3.4M to $21.5M in 3 years at Convercent as EVP of Sales. Dave received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing at the University of North Texas.

Green Market Report Executive Spotlight Q&A –

Full birth name: Dave Smith

Title: Chief Revenue Officer

Company: Flowhub (https://flowhub.com/)

Years at current company: started January 2019 

Education profile: BBA Sales & Marketing, University of North Texas 1997

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Two things come to mind – one team and one individual.  

My proudest professional achievement was growing Convercent over a nearly 4 year period of time over 500 percent, leading them through multiple fund raises and successfully on-boarding over 650 enterprise customers globally while growing the company to over 160 employees.

My proudest individual achievement was winning Citrix Systems Global Innovation Award in 2014 for the impact my playbook and processes had on our global revenue and go-to-market strategies.

Company Mission: Flowhub’s mission is to become the defacto inventory management and point of sale software for cannabis retailers in the U.S. Custom-built for the highly regulated industry, Flowhub provides retailers with the most intuitive, compliant and extensible solution to meet challenges unique to dispensaries. Flowhub already empowers over 500 cannabis retailers to grow revenue, stay compliant and manage inventory to create a seamless experience for their customers, and we’re committed to continually delivering on that mission.

Company’s most successful achievement:  When our customers win, we win.  We are obsessed with our customer’s success and are proud to serve over 13 percent of the dispensary market in just a few short years of business. Each and every day is a reminder of the positive influence we have on this growing industry and we are so humbled and honored to be able to drive meaningful business change for our customers and more importantly, support their pursuit of the American dream.  

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes. Flowhub raised a total of 3.3M in seed funding to date.

If so, how much?: 3.3M

Any plans on raising capital in the future? As a fast-growing company, we’ll keep our options open for future fundraising opportunities.

Most important company 5 year goal:  We want our target market to catch the “Flow” and hopefully trust us to help them drive continued dispensary success by leveraging the power of the Flowhub inventory management and POS platform. We hope that dispensary operators will join the Flowsquad revolution by selecting our company as the first and preferred choice for all of their cannabis business needs.

 


StaffStaffJune 14, 2019
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CannaCraft had a dilemma as one of California’s largest cannabis producers and distributors.

California is the largest market for cannabis in the U.S. Unfortunately, the flip side is that, with strict child-safety packaging requirements, it also produces the most amount of cannabis waste.

As a company that works towards cannabis advocacy, sustainability, charity work, compliance and safety, CannaCraft felt compelled to take a step back and reimagine its regulatory compliance tactics through the lens of environmental protection.

The company’s strict compliance with state packaging regulations meant that it was contributing significantly to California’s waste problem. Worse, it was afraid that as other states looked to California for guidance, the amount of waste generated would multiply, creating a tidal wave of ongoing waste generated across the country — a major environmental crisis.

Cannacraft first focused on a new packaging strategy for its vape product. The two million vape cartridges produced by CannaCraft annually were being packaged in plastic, child-resistant tubes to comply with cannabis packaging regulations in California. CannaCraft created a new step to the manufacturing process which allows it to simply seal the vape cartridges themselves, making them inherently child-resistant without adding excessive, single-use plastic.

“Public safety is naturally a top concern for CannaCraft, but the excessive plastic waste was also troubling,” says Tiffany Devitt, CannaCraft’s Chief Compliance Officer. “With each plastic tube standing 5.5” tall, 1 years’ worth of CannaCraft’s child-resistant tubes would reach over 900,000 feet if stacked. Or 30 times taller than Mount Everest. That’s a lot of waste that we’ll be eliminating.”

Innovation has been a driving force behind CannaCraft’s success, and, with over one hundred unique products, the company has amassed one of the largest product portfolios in California.

Dennis Hunter, CannaCraft’s co-founder said the company is in the process of reviewing its entire product lineup and production standards to improve sustainability and decrease the carbon footprint of the industry.

As a major producer of plastic waste, the cannabis industry must continue to innovate and demand regulations that take the environment into account. Consumers can also do their part. First, when feasible, support marijuana producers and retailers who are using recyclable or compostable packaging. Second, make an effort to recycle the parts of cannabis packaging that are recyclable, like paper, glass or cardboard. Third, in states that mandate exit packaging, such as California, aim to reuse your exit bag for all your cannabis purchases (just like bringing your own reusable bag to the supermarket!). Finally, advocate at the government level so that regulations are enacted that protect both people and our precious environment.

 



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