“Let me introduce myself,” she says as a jovial greeting over the phone. “I’m Michelle. I’m the crazy owner of Weed Dudes.”
The events mark an annual meet-up for members of the Alaska marijuana industry and was capped off with an awards ceremony recognizing some of the best strains and products produced this year.
Now to answer the question you have asked yourself repeatedly while you have been reading this: Why is this idiot using the term “resin cannabis” over and over?
Forecast shows the sales of all legalized cannabis products in the U.S. could reach $41 billion by 2025. This includes all products manufactured from the marijuana plant and the hemp plant and all compounds derived from cannabis sativa.
“We wanted to create an establishment that was comfortable for everyone from the fresh 21 to the 90-year-old grandma for her visit out of the house and the weekly executives,” said owner Andrew Baker.
“Fairbanks really got up and running with cultivators before everybody else in the state, and Fairbanks has been so welcoming it just makes business easy."
Hello Alaska! Thank you for reading the Bud Hub! This edition I found a few new products on the shelves and looped back to mention a few longtime personal favorites.
The decision was made after the bank was told by its insurance broker that its coverage wouldn’t be renewed if the credit union continued to do businesses with the cannabis industry.
CBD has been touted as an effective treatment for everything from joint pain to tinnitus to depression to cancer. Over the past few years it has exploded onto the market in pills, tinctures, ointments, food additives and more.
The Kodiak Island Brewing Company may lose the ability to host many public events due to a proposed change in Alcoholic Beverage Control Board regulations, according to brewery owner Ben Millstein.
The Kodiak City Council unanimously voted to issue a letter of non-objection with conditions for the license renewal of High Rise LLC, the cannabis retail store that opened its doors in June.
Early on the morning of Oct. 14, 1992, John Collette’s front door was broken down and his home was raided by Drug Enforcement Administration agents intent on taking down a man they believed to be a drug kingpin.
KODIAK — Kodiak City Council members voted to issue a letter of non-objection for what is slated to be Kodiak’s third marijuana retail store during a Kodiak City Council meeting Thursday.
KODIAK — Kodiak currently has just one operating marijuana retail store –– but, by the end of the year, it may have three. Kodiakan Janiese Stevens has plans to set up a marijuana retail store called Wildflower at 158 Alimaq Drive on Near Island.
KODIAK — A Kodiak man has been charged with assault, reckless driving and reckless endangerment after he allegedly drove into oncoming traffic and nearly hit a child riding a bicycle.