Indie Growers AssociationIndie Growers Association is a Washington-state based company in the licensed cannabis industry with a primary focus on the real estate opportunities available in this industry.
StrategyOur primary strategy is to lease large scale, state-compliant greenhouses, equipped with black-out systems to growers interested in growing medical grade cannabis under a natural, yet secure, environment.
TeamHaving a team of experienced cannabis growers and builders on staff, we are uniquely poised to offer specialized knowledge in regards to Greenhouses that are up to regulatory compliance.
CommodityWe see ourselves as being on the ground floor of this new global commodity, and we are fully committed to set the trend in public safety, research and development, and environmental stewardship.
Our Primary GoalOur goal is to continue to invest in agricultural, light industrial, and commercial properties that are uniquely suited for growers, suppliers and distributors of licensed cannabis and related products.
IGA Key Facts:
- 40 ACRES DIVIDED INTO 15 LOTS WITH POTENTIAL 2 TENANTS A LOT
- PROPERTY HAS A 195 DAY GROWING SEASON WITH OVER 300 DAYS OF SUNSHINE AND 8 INCHES OF RAIN PER YEAR
- EXPANDING INTO A GROWING BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY
- A PLAN TO BUY MORE PROPERTIES IN THE UP AND COMING STATES LEGALIZING
- A STRONG MANAGEMENT TEAM
Medical Marijuana now Legal in Half of US States
The world of cannabis legalization has been moving so fast this year it’s hard to keep up. So far in 2014, Maryland, Minnesota, and New York have passed legislation legalizing medical marijuana, with legislation pending in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
A total of 23 states have now legalized the plant for medical use since 1996, and if three of the four ballot measures pending succeed, more than half the States in the Union will have legalized medical marijuana in America.
A REAL ESTATE COMPANY TURNING GREEN INTO DOLLARS
The medical marijuana industry crossed $1.5B in the US last year, with recreational to be added by Colorado and Washington in the tally for 2014. Judging by the way medical marijuana has taken hold in the US and the legalization momentum in the last four years, an aggressive growth strategy seems all but necessary in the fast-paced cannabusiness world.