Following months of renovation and Electrification, the latest, happiest addition to the Electric Lettuce family opened its doors last week at 16416 SE Sunnyside Rd. Located in a building formerly occupied by a veterinary clinic, the original vaulted ceilings and retro pebbled windows set an authentically Electric Lettuce tone.
Groundworks Industries, a Portland-based vertically-integrated cannabis company, has agreed to acquire recreational dispensary Foster Buds. With two locations across the eastside, Foster Buds’ thoughtful selection provides relief to both recreational and medical customers.
Groundworks Industries, a Portland-based cannabis company, has signed an agreement to acquire Canna-Daddy’s, one of Southeast Portland’s busiest recreational dispensaries and among the largest flower selection in the state.
Groundworks Industries, a Portland-based cannabis company, has acquired recreational dispensary Cola Cove. Since opening in 2017, Cola Cove has served the people who live, work and travel along Pacific Highway 99, earning a reputation for a professional, comfortable environment with features like a petite grand piano for occasional live music.
On December 7, the all-new and all natural, gluten and dairy-free Gumdrops hit Serra shelves. Available in five flavors with five unique experiences, each flavor is infused with a particular cannabis strain, offering control and consistency from seed-to-sugar coating.
Cannabis Conference, the leading North American cultivation and dispensary education event produced by the award-winning Cannabis Business Times and Cannabis Dispensary magazines, has announced Jeremy Plumb as a Keynote Speaker for its third-annual conference.
Serra—a high-end dispensary with two locations in Portland, Oregon, where both medical and recreational marijuana sales are legal—sells beautiful bongs, artisanal pipes, and even utilitarian avant-garde art that any weed-loving design enthusiast would be proud to display.
Groundworks Industries is proud to announce the hiring of Jesse Sweet, the former Director of Administrative Policy and Process at the Oregon Liquor Control Commission who helped craft cannabis rules and regulations for Oregon’s recreational cannabis industry.
Head to the city's Lloyd district for the '70s-stoner vibe of Electric Lettuce, where shoppers might find themselves grooving to Jimi Hendrix's "Electric Ladyland" or any of the other LPs stacked next to a turntable and wood-grain stereo receiver.
The brand centers itself in Portland’s community. One way this comes to life is through regular engagement with the local arts scene, from commissioning local artists to create pieces, to screenings and events.