What policies will ensure that Alaska’s cannabis industry stays healthy and happy, especially with the ever-present possibility of federal legalization on the horizon? Ask most anyone, and the answer starts with changing the state’s tax structure from what voters approved back in 2014.
For the team at Matanuska Medicine Woman in Wasilla, growing cannabis isn’t just a business. It’s a cause, borne in tragedy suffered by the family of the woman for whom the company is named, and what she has done since the day her life was suddenly thrown into upheaval almost twenty-four years ago.
When Dollynda Phelps and her husband Jeff opened their cultivation facility in Kenai, they chose the name Peace Frog Botanicals as a way of paying homage to Dollynda’s father and some of her treasured childhood memories with him.
Crammed between the Irish potato famine and the front end of the industrial revolution came an event of equal — no, greater — historical significance: the naming of Cannabis sativa by Swedish Botanist Carl Linnaeus.
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