The Sacramento non-profit Up Kindness,
cannabis brand Big Karma, and product design firm Canna Co-Operative hosted a lively dialogue on the pressing matter of thrown-away vapes.
Cannabis Dispensary

  • “We’re using the word ‘disposable,’ where people believe they can throw these in the trash,” said Up Kindness Executive Director Shira Lane. “Really, you can’t. You can’t throw them in the trash. You can’t recycle them. There’s nothing you can do about them, and many people are just collecting them in their homes, not knowing what to do.”

Quick Hit

  1. Arizona-based MSO Harvest Health and Recreation purchased a 32,000 square foot cultivation facility in a suburb or Las Vegas. The former MJardin grow cost Harvest $35M and gives the MSO an even bigger Nevada footprint.
    New Cannabis Ventures