For about a year now, business partners and brothers James and Giono have been planning and preparing, but the product they hope to provide to Alaskans isn’t legal yet.
Meet two of Alaska’s hopeful “ganjapreneurs.”
Originally from Minnesota, James started spending summers in Southeast Alaska about 10 years ago. After a few summers, he started a family and moved to Juneau permanently, inviting family members to come check the place out.
Giono moved to Alaska about six years ago, leaving behind a career as a semi-professional BMX athlete to sort out associated health issues and be around family.
“I moved down here and realized that Alaskans were dealing with a bunch of horrible marijuana,” Giono said. “It wasn’t easy to get here and the quality was horrible.” [Read More]