Four Upstate NY Indian nations are in the marijuana business. One is staying out

In cannabis, as in gambling, the Onondagas stand out among other Haudenosaunee Indian nations in Upstate New York.

In the past year, the Oneidas, Mohawks, Cayugas, and Senecas have either launched or announced plans to launch nation-operated or licensed recreational cannabis businesses. That puts them on pace with, or in some cases ahead of, the state’s own sanctioned legal weed enterprises.

The Cayuga Nation-owned Gakwiyo Garden, just off Route 414 south of the village of Seneca Falls, is growing legal cannabis for recreational use. 

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