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Breaking the Grass Ceiling

The WWC Conference brings together womxn in cannabis and psychedelics from around the world for 2 days of learning and collaboration. It’s a virtual conference during which you can hear from industry-leading experts discussing hot button topics like womxn in leadership, science and research, mental health, equality, launching products and marketing opportunities. Our own Kieley Beaudry, co-founder of Parkland Flower, hosted the Cultivation Panel at the 2020 conference (along with Ashley Athill, Siobhan Darwish, Jen Meyers, and Laura Curry Clooney). Which you can watch below! Due to age-range restrictions, you need to click on "watch on YouTube" to view the video. Topics covered included: Finding specific cultivars that are going to help with womxn’s health and sexual health Common misconceptions...

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Parkland Flower Podcasts

As one of the first micro cultivation facilities for cannabis in Canada, we’re more than just a cannabis company. Education is a huge part of what we do, so we’re always happy to speak about our process, how we got started, what goes into responsible and honest plant production, and how we can use our experience to help others along the way. Over the past year we’re been fortunate enough to appear on several great podcasts, so we just wanted to share a few of those with you if you’re interested in learning more about us! The Cannabis 101 Podcast Our co-founder, Kieley Beaudry, appeared on the Cannabis 101 Podcast last September to talk about what micro is and what...

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What It Takes to be a Micro Cannabis License Holder

Parkland Flower’s co-founder, Kieley Beaudry, participated on a panel with other micro license holders in June for the GrowUp Conference and Expo. They discussed the challenges and successes that come with being a micro cannabis grow operation. Below you can find a transcript of some of the topics Kieley covered during the discussion. But if you want to watch the entire discussion (it’s worth your while!) then please check out following video. On Parkland Flower and what we focus on: “Parkland Flower mainly focuses on genetics. We cultivate for seed production. We are moving into flower production as we move out of the spring season. We’re excited to bring some flower to the market for the fall and winter. We’ve...

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