Rastafari Cooperative wants legal license for cannabis cultivation in Dominica

President of the Rastafari Cooperative and Chief Cultivator of the Cannabis Farm Industry in Jamaica, Dominica-born Tyron “Quince” Alleyne, has shared the dream of his cooperative in receiving a license for the legal cultivation of cannabis in Dominica.

Speaking on local radio station Q95, Alleyne said the license could be given based on the cooperative’s skills and background in cultivating the herb. “We believe that we are capable of managing a farm, a cannabis farm,” he stated.
According to Alleyne, based on ideas for the processing of cannabis products such as oils and balms in Dominica, the license will allow the cooperative to be one of the mass producers of cannabis on the island. “We would love to be issued a license or pay for our license in the Commonwealth of Dominica,” he remarked.

The reality of Alleyne’s dream coming true may not be far off given the recent announcement by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit on the radio program ‘Focus on Government and Development’ that come 2023, Dominica will be in the position to develop a cannabis industry.

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