Marijuana Company Donates $40,000 of Product to California Wildfire Victims

A medical marijuana company in California is offering free product to patients who have been displaced due to recent wildfires in the state and other services for victims of the natural disasters.

CannaCraft announced they will be giving out $40,000 worth of their products to medical marijuana patients who either evacuated their homes or were displaced due to the recent wildfires in northern California. They also announced that they will also convert their headquarters into a shelter for evacuees and first responders. They hope to have 80 people sheltered in their building by this weekend.

"We will continue to evaluate all of our resources including vehicles, property, facilities, equipment, and product to determine how to best serve our community during this time," the company said in a statement to the press.

For those wondering, the free cannabis can be found in four California dispensaries: Mercy Wellness in Cotati, Sparc and Peace in Medicine in Santa Rosa, Solful in Sebastopol, and Emerald Pharms in Hopland. 

In addition to the many homes being evacuated as a result of the California wildfires, there are also reports that millions of dollars worth of crops at marijuana farms have also burnt to the ground during the disasters.

(h/t Mashable)


With the end of the spring legislative session just days away, New York lawmakers are making one final push towards legalizing cannabis in the Empire State. The hope is to vote on legalization this Wednesday. There have been a lot of ups and down for Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) and his fight to legalize recreational cannabis in New York.

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