AmeriCann And Bask: Vets In Cannabis, Part 1

brit smith at bask

Brit at Bask. (Brit Smith/WBZ NewsRadio)

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — In this episode, the first in a 4-part series that looks at veterans and cannabis, Brit talks to Tim Keogh, the CEO of AmeriCann Inc., and Army veteran Chapman Dickerson, the CEO of Bask Medical Dispensary.

AmeriCann is building one million square feet of greenhouse space in Freetown, MA, specifically designed for sustainable cannabis cultivation. The first of those three buildings is now complete, and Veteran-owned dispensary, Bask, will be moving in this summer. Brit talks to the CEOs who happened to know each other from middle school, about how they teamed up to help the Massachusetts cannabis industry grow.

 

Brit also toured Bask and AmeriCann’s new build to see what the transition will entail, and wrote about the experience here:

AmeriCann: Allowing The Massachusetts Cannabis Industry To Actually Grow
AmeriCann: Allowing The Massachusetts Cannabis Industry To Actually Grow
Part 1 of AmeriCann Inc.'s One Million Square Foot Cannabis Greenhouse Is 1/3 Done. Sustainably Grown Marijuana Is On The Way.

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Talking Marijuana Coverage With Boston Globe Reporter Naomi Martin
Talking Marijuana Coverage With Boston Globe Reporter Naomi Martin
On this week's episode of Blunt Talk, Brit talks to Naomi Martin, one of the newest additions to the Boston Globe's Cannabis Reporting team.

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