Alberta is home to a range of local licensed producers bringing the best of what the province has to offer to the Canadian cannabis market – grass grown on the prairies.
Prairie Grass Cannabis is located on a family farm near Taber, Alberta, in what co-owner Rebecca Thomson calls prime farming country. Their 2,200-square-foot cultivation and production facility operates alongside the family-run commercial crop business, which has been in operation for nearly a century.
“Prairie Grass is first and foremost a family-run business,” says Thomson. “We are fourth generation farmers, we have deep roots in our agricultural history.”
A true pandemic project, Prairie Grass became fully licensed in February of 2020. “We got licensed, and then everything hit the fan,” laughs Thomson. However, despite additional challenges posed by COVID-19, Prairie Grass has experienced positive growth over the last two years and remains optimistic and excited for the future of their operation. “We’ve had great success and support from the cannabis community so far,” she says.
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