I had the pleasure of working directly with Fremont County Cannabis. This article is a bit out of date but I wanted to share it here on the new INDO EXPO Site.
FCC is an amazing company. They set the bar really high for me being the first place I was exposed to the cannabis industry. With their amazing growing techniques and absolute care for the patients that bought the medicine they grew, they really showed how much they cared for the industry and the world. Growing with a symbiotic relationship with the cannabis plants was amazing and any grow operation i have seen after theirs has always been sub-par.
If you have a chance check them out at: http://www.fremontcountycannabis.com/
Slowly but Surely …In Buena Vista, at an elevation of 8,000 feet, master growers Josh Shipman and Jeff Cain oversee the three greenhouses devoted to the 40-plus strains of Fremont County Cannabis. Approximately 3,000 feet below, in Canon City, the FCC center provides medicine for some 300 patients every week. Fremont County Cannabis is awaiting Canon City’s decision to open the door to recreational sales as well, but the process has been slow. The local polls want to see how legalization progresses; because the city’s economy depends on family-fun vacations, they want to make sure marijuana fits in. But with Colorado reaping a whopping windfall in tax revenues, Fremont County Cannabis is confident that it will get the okay to open its new retail center in July — right across the street from the stone walls of the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility! And once recreational sales are the norm, FCC plans to develop its nearby mountain property into a campground tailored to cannabis-themed vacations.fremontcountycannabis.com