The OLCC says two retailers in Multnomah County accounted for more than one-third of all Oregon sales of 8 ounces or more. That’s suspicious.
William Simpson, founder of Chalice farms, hopes his brand becomes as recognizable as the Golden Arches.
Last week, WW wrote about Oregon’s cannabis dilemma. The state grew roughly three times as much weed as customers consume in a year (“Too Much Weed,” WW, April 18, 2018).
A recent Sunday afternoon at the Bridge City Collective cannabis shop in North Portland saw a steady flow of customers. Little wonder: A gram of weed was selling for less than the price of a glass of wine.
Trees is the future of dispensaries. In addition to being almost entirely women-run, it’s one of the few shops constructed after an April law that eliminated the rule requiring a waiting room.
The best deals—from $2 pre-rolls to $4 grams.
The time to get planting is here.
Plus, they have to destroy all the information they have about you right now. Woo!