Acres Cannabis To Launch The Underground, A Marijuana Farmers Market

“With Las Vegas being the tourism hub, we believe the Underground will be the national brands launch point, and what better way to legally connect with consumers than selling out of the shipping containers and trunks of Cadillacs.”

NEVADA: Acres Cannabis, a vertically integrated seed to sale cannabis conglomerate in Las Vegas, Nevada, launched the Underground, a marijuana farmers market on April 20th, 2018. This ground breaking innovation from Acres, allows America’s top cannabis brands the opportunity to market their products directly to consumers through the Nevada licensing of Acres Dispensary. Just open on Fridays Read the full article…

Judge Blocks Los Angeles Medical Marijuana Farmers Market

Venders were allegedly selling marijuana "by donation" inside the U.S. Cannabis Cup this weekend.

CALIFORNIA:  A judge has blocked a marijuana farmers market in Los Angeles and ordered organizers to shut down their business. A preliminary injunction was issued Friday against operation of the outdoor medical pot market in the Boyle Heights area. It prevents the market from being held pending a trial at a later date. The California Read the full article…

“Marijuana Is a Vegetable” and Belongs in the Farmers’ Market

Marijuana Leaf in Field

Colorado became the second state to legalize recreational marijuana last November and if one Colorado resident has his way, the plant will soon be sold at the Boulder County Farmers’ Markets, one of the largest farmers’ markets in the state.

Marijuana Headed To Farmers Markets?

Weedmaps' Justin Harfield thinks marijuana should be treated like any other vegetable.

WASHINGTON:  A Colorado businessman is on a mission to start selling marijuana right next to potatoes, tomatoes and bread at farmers markets and according to CBS Denver, his inspiration comes from Seattle’s own NW Cannabis Farmers Market, which bills itself as America’s only daily cannabis market.

Marijuana Headed To Farmers Markets?

Weedmaps' Justin Harfield thinks marijuana should be treated like any other vegetable.

WASHINGTON:  A Colorado businessman is on a mission to start selling marijuana right next to potatoes, tomatoes and bread at farmers markets and according to CBS Denver, his inspiration comes from Seattle’s own NW Cannabis Farmers Market, which bills itself as America’s only daily cannabis market.