The University's Center for Professional Development is partnering with cannabis education company Green Flower to offer three non-credit cannabis certificate programs to help provide a skilled workforce in Colorado's cannabis industry.
The price per pound of cannabis fell in 2021 because of massive overproduction across California. The dramatic drop in price left many outdoor cultivators looking for a way to make ends meet and fearing for the sustainability of their futures.
Heavyweight boxer, actor and entrepreneur Mike Tyson's newly launched cannabis company announced that its premium quality cannabis line is now available at more than 100 retailers across the state of California.
Curaleaf Holdings Inc., a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis, launched Select X Bites, one of the first edibles on the market designed to have a faster onset while lasting longer with a stronger effect.
A new poll reveals that among U.S. cannabis consumers in states with legal sales, 91% plan to consume cannabis as part of holiday celebrations in 2021 and 76% plan to give cannabis or related products as gifts.
Tokyo Smoke, an award-winning Canadian cannabis retailer, and Uber Canada have entered into an exclusive partnership to provide a new way to order cannabis in Ontario. Uber Eats has created a dedicated section on its digital marketplace for Tokyo Smoke's virtual stores.
A report from Research And Markets reveals that, due to cannabis being slowly accepted in various countries, some developed countries—such as Canada, Uruguay and certain states in the U.S.—have gone a step further than medical use cannabis with legalized recreational use.
HempRise has opened its 100,000-square-foot operation in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The plant has the capacity to produce 10 metric tons of hemp biomass per day, which is equivalent to approximately 8 million pounds of biomass per year. The company selected Gray to design and build the facility.