Organization, adaptation, and learning can help the cannabis industry weather an uncertain 2017.
Trump selecting Sen. Jeff Sessions for Attorney General and Rep. Tom Price for Health Secretary does not bode well for federal cannabis regulation.
Five states have ballot initiatives for legalizing recreational cannabis and Hillary Clinton’s campaign wants to reschedule cannabis.
The DEA declined to reschedule cannabis, but not all is lost as policy changes indicate a growing federal acceptance of legal cannabis.
In this guest post on the NCIA blog, I discuss a potential waiver program where states will be given an exemption to federal prohibition of cannabis.
Cannabis is now out of the closet and under a microscope.
Recalls over pesticides and inconsistent lab testing tarnish the cannabis industry’s image, but solutions are in sight.
Growers can utilize waste streams and technologies like VRF HVAC systems and LED lighting to improve their efficiency.
Indoor cannabis production is highly unsustainable, but using tools like efficient HVAC systems and LED lighting, cultivators can reduce their carbon footprint, increasing profit and environmental awareness.
California is the world’s eighth largest economy and the cannabis industry can benefit greatly from the passing of the 2016 ballot initiative.