Weed, dude .
A pot shop in Gardiner, Maine is offered up inhabitants a free container of gras in return for a little bit of community service.
Bring us back the full trash bag, and we give them a gift of cannabis, Dennis Meehan, owned of Summit Medical Marijuana in Gardiner told USA Today .
Inspired by a same tactic being implemented in Colorado, Meehan and his family are attempting to help clean up the cities, while simultaneously putting a good cheek on the newly formed cannabis industry in Maine.
Speaking on the cities in Colorado that did something similar, Meehan articulated, They had a great response to this. So I was hoping to do the same concept in Maine.
All you have to do is fill up with a crate of scrap mustered around the town, producing it to the collect, and they’ll give you a pouch of weed.
USA Today reports that a “few dozen” beings have already changed in their bags of litter for gras, but he hopes to expand cleanup daylights statewide.
The state of Maine voted to permit recreational cannabis in the November election, which went into effect earlier this year. Knack cannabis is currently law under Maine law, as long as the recipients are 21 years of age and older.
Philanthropic enterprises are quite common in the cannabis industry as it attempts to alter its likenes from a culture of partying to a lifestyle and therapeutic brand.