The report published by the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) highlights some current problem areas in the market where practices are less than sustainable and provides some steps for ways the industry can move forward sustainably.
In this week’s Brand Marketing Byte, we take a look at Aster Farms, based in Lake County, CA, who made a name for themselves on the Pioneer Intelligence list with sustainable cultivation practices and some earned media attention.
In this piece, we take a look at nine new developments coming for the California cannabis market in 2021. From new retail opportunities to the appellations project to market consolidation, there are a number of exciting trends coming in the new year.
As a record 3.7 million acres of California burn, we examine the impact this has and will have on growers, the supply chain and the cannabis industry at large. Also, find out ways that you can help those who were deeply impacted by the fires.
The cannabis packaging company announced this month they are launching new tools allowing clients to calculate their carbon footprint.
Achieving USDA organic certification is a challenging process, but well worth the hard work.
The series begins September 8 and runs through December 22. Registration is now open.
The future of packaging is ripe for capitalization by the drivers of sustainability culture. With the battle lines drawn and forces at play in motion, change is now inevitable. The question arises: how quickly can the industry grow in the space of the next decade?
With the European Green Deal spurring a sharp rise of interest in using hemp for construction, there are a number of sustainability lessons to be learned that can be applied in the US. The construction industry, and particularly hempcrete product manufacturers, should pay close attention as the EU expands green construction practices, including the use of hempcrete.
Communication is key for efficient interaction between cultivation and business functions at any cannabis operator. According to Lucas, cultivation directors should be tackling these topics with their operations managers as they prepare for summer 2020 and beyond.