The Humboldt Grace Legacy Project (HGLP) is a collaborative working group founded by Lelehnia Dubois which seeks to defend, preserve and promote small, independent/craft farmers and breeders. The group is made up of cannabis industry leaders specializing in breeding, cultivation, community building, science, and technology. Over the past year, HGLP has developed a robust and innovative strategy to preserve, defend and increase the value of Legacy Cannabis products. "We are developing a yearly auction event which will utilize unique distributed ledger technology and smart contracts to create a new system for securing and tracking cannabis genetics through the supply chain."
"Genetic protection is a wonderful idea in concept, but it faces challenges from an industry that historically could not be open about their work and where genetic fraud and IP theft are rampant. It is critical that trust is carefully cultivated between the breeders, the technology, and the community. Our working group has been meeting weekly online, and we host in-person open meetings to facilitate active community engagement and project development."
The HGLP is releasing a comprehensive white paper that details the Auction design and all associated technologies which are being developed in tandem with the group. The paper is a snapshot of the group’s ongoing work and will be utilized to expand their collaborative networks, raise investment for the Auction event, and spread the word about how legacy operators can increase the value of their craft products.
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Humboldt Grace Legacy Project