Cannabis park gives micro-growers running start in competitive sector

The facility will offer growers the chance to come in and design their own grow space
Times Colonist (Canada)
Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Small-batch growers of cannabis hoping to get in on the legal and growing recreational market will soon have a home to get a head start in the business. The owners of the 50-acre Sooke Industrial Park have carved out just under a third of the land to establish buildings that will house both micro-cultivators and a production facility. It is called the B.C. Canna Park and one of its key selling points is it offers small growers a serious head start. It is already zoned for growing and production, offers the necessary power supply, security and a partnership with the landlord for packaging and marketing. The micro-growing market as being akin to the craft brewing industry, which is expected to produce higher quality, interesting strains of cannabis for the marketplace.