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Curaleaf sells 36-acre cannabis cultivation to Mammoth Farms

One of Colorado's largest vacant cannabis farms has a new owner.

Mammoth Farms, a wholesale cannabis production company based in southern Colorado, purchased Los Sueños Farms from multi-state cannabis company Curaleaf at the end of December, according to the cannabis farm's new owner.

The 36-acre cannabis farm in Pueblo County has been bought and sold a few times since opening in 2015, most recently to Curaleaf in 2021 as part of a $67 million package. Curaleaf shut down its Colorado operations less than two years later, however, leaving Los Sueños empty for 2023.

Mammoth owner Justin Trouard says the property was "fairly up to date" and adding it to the fold "just made sense." He declined to name the sale price, and Curaleaf did not respond to requests for comment.

Read more at: www.westword.com

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