Adam Webster has a micro-cultivation licence, but sale options are limited.
A craft cannabis farmer in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley says his dreams of a lucrative cash crop have withered due to restrictive federal and provincial regulations.
Adam Webster says he’s hoping the provincial government will back local rules to allow him to sell cannabis directly to retail customers from his farm near Port Williams, N.S.
“I’d like to be able to sell straight to customers, either straight from the farm or at a farmers’ market,” said Webster, co-founder of Annapolis Valley Craft Cannabis.
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