Community Supported Agriculture Networks Will Be Delivering Weed

 - Oct 13, 2016
References: flowkana & eater
Community Supported Agriculture networks are systems through which consumers can receive farm-to-table produce from local farmers, and many tech companies have seized on people's interest in eating this healthy local produce by offering app-based subscriptions. However, in California, Community Supported Agriculture networks will soon see a new harvest crop added to their lists: marijuana.

With marijuana already being completely legal in two states in the US, and votes upcoming in several more, marijuana consumption is becoming a more normalized practice. The California agricultural company HappyDay Farms is thus looking to apply the same farm-to-table ethos to the drug, making it easier for local farmers to connect with consumers near them and deliver marijuana through the same preexisting Community Supported Agriculture networks around the state.