Kieley Beaudry, one of the co-founders of Parkland Flower Inc., a micro-grow cannabis producer outside of Edmonton, has her sights set on the big picture.
That picture includes a made-in-Alberta industry focused on cannabis tourism — similar to a winery — allowing local producers to push their products beyond Alberta’s cannabis shops.
Beaudry and her team had just toured folks from NOVA Cannabis around their Parkland County facility, showing off their plants and allowing the visitors to take pictures.
That’s exactly what Parkland Flower hopes to offer to the public soon — along with a “tasting room” and sales area.
Beaudry called it a “farm-to-table experience.”
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