News and Events

There’s a whole world of activities and initiatives revolving around craft cannabis. Keep up to date with all the latest news, trends and events.


Year-to-date sales in Oregon have reached $922.9 million, growing by 38 percent compared to the same period in 2019.


Oregon cannabis industry jobs grew 4% in 2020

Cannabis jobs grew 4% in Oregon in 2020, a rough year for employment generally but a landmark year for the industry as it topped $1 billion in sales for the first time. Still, other states moved past Oregon on the cannabis employment leaderboard as legalization...

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Idaho Senate Approves Constitutional Ban On Marijuana

State senators say they want to keep Idaho "clean." The Idaho Senate has passed a resolution that bans the production, sale, and possession of cannabis in the state. The decision is in sharp contrast to what lawmakers and voters are doing in other states. If passed by...

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Marijuana legalization proposed in Maryland legislature

A bill essentially legalizing recreational use of cannabis in Maryland would be an important step toward addressing social equity and racial injustices, advocates said. “This is the year we are talking about equity,” Del. Jazz Lewis, D-Prince George’s, sponsor of the...

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North Dakota House Approves Marijuana Legalization Bill

The North Dakota House on Tuesday approved a bill to legalize marijuana—a measure that’s being sponsored by a Republican lawmaker who is opposed to the policy change but prefers the legislature sets the rules rather than leave it up to activists via  a ballot measure....

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Growing marijuana regulators group pressures Congress

The Cannabis Regulators Association, a recently formed but potentially influential marijuana industry group, welcomed an overseer of the country’s biggest MJ market into its fold while pushing Congress on six key reform demands. California’s Advocates of Cannabis...

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F.A.R.M.S. Inc's Educational Series:

Optimizing Your Farm & Business

Like all of you, we have been intently following reports of COVID-19 and abiding by the social distancing protocols set in place by the Oregon Health Authority. With that in mind, we are unable to meet in-person for our Educational Series. However…moving forward all classes will be held online. Now farmers from all over the State and the Country will have access to these incredible classes.

As always, these classes are complimentary for ALL.