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Small Town Ingenuity Thrives in Oregon’s Marijuana Industry

News from www.OregonMy420Network.com Back in 2015, when the state of Oregon legalized recreational marijuana, a majority of the more conservative Eastern Oregon did not jump on board with the ‘green’ rush. In fact, one small town called Ontario, which sits on the Idaho border, voted against allowing pot sales in 2016. However, an even smaller town called Huntington that sat 30 miles northwest of Ontario allowed dispensaries to be opened and became popular with Idaho weed tourists almost overnight. Residents came ...

Oregon’s Cannabis Industry Celebrates the “Billion-Dollar” Mark

News from www.OregonMy420Network.com As 2020 fell by the wayside, the state of Oregon saw a crowning achievement in their cannabis market. Talk about success, the combined adult-use and medical cannabis sales hit a billion dollars for the first time – a huge leap from the 2019 total. It is true that sales have been growing steadily since Oregon’s adult-use market began taking shape five years ago, reaching a record $795 million in 2019. However, because of sales rising when the pandemic ...

Rugged Coast of Oregon’s Harris Beach

News from www.OregonMy420Network.com Oregon is not only the “picture” of beauty when it comes to the outside world; it is also one of the nation’s top producers of wine, with over 300 wineries in business. Just think…relaxing on the water, casting your line, and when that catch of the day is achieved, sitting back and enjoying a glass as the sunsets. Yes…it’s a nice dream; it is also one; however, that’s quite easy to make come true. To start your journey ...

Oregon Marijuana Growers Face Losses Due to Wildfires

News from www.OregonMy420Network.com It has been a crazy year. Yes, 2020 will go down in history as an interesting anomaly. Or will it? One fact for sure is, Oregon cannabis growers are having a tough time. Many growers have been ordered to evacuate.  Plus, loss of the crop, damage to buildings, smoke, heat, chemicals in the air from the fire burning buildings, cars, and more all contribute to growers’ losses. Another factor, the quality of the crop that remains may ...