Village Farms International, a renowned Canadian cannabis company, is set to venture into marijuana cultivation at its Marfa-based greenhouse facility, currently known for producing tomatoes. Seeking a license under Texas’ Compassionate Use Program, Village Farms intends to repurpose a one-acre greenhouse for marijuana growth, while safeguarding existing jobs and expanding access in West Texas. With a positive outlook on the U.S. cannabis industry, the company believes federal legalization is on the horizon and sees Texas as a promising hub for future expansion.
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