Lab Properties Welcomes Emerald Grown into Household of Tenants on the Searls Hashish Campus


NEVADA CITY, Calif. – June 25, 2019 /Canna Newswire/ – Lab Properties ( is worked up to welcome Emerald Grown into its household of tenants at its Searls Hashish Campus in Nevada Metropolis.

Lab Properties’ multi-tenant campus within the coronary heart of Nevada Metropolis will put Nevada County heritage cannabis companies on the map whereas changing into an essential change agent for the neighborhood at giant. The imaginative and prescient is for a vibrant, multi-tenant ecosystem that may rework the 4-acre parcel right into a state-of-the-art facility that may empower the native cannabis business to transition into the regulated market.

The Searls Campus — is on a path to changing into a vibrant industrial property, which is already residence to a number of modern cannabis firms in a cutting-edge setting tailor-made to the business’s distinctive wants.

Emerald Grown is a federation of cannabis cooperative associations standing collectively in solidarity to protect high quality, craft cannabis manufacturing. Emerald Grown will start working regionally in Nevada County with Grass Valley Growers, a neighborhood cooperative of farms.

Hezekiah Allen who serves because the Chairperson and CEO of Emerald Grown mentioned the group makes a speciality of small-batch, hand-crafted cannabis merchandise, grown with care and intention by heritage farmers statewide. The objective of making a community of farm cooperatives is to assist cannabis farms come into compliance with regulation, work with enterprise companions throughout the state, and pool assets to make sure that California stays a worldwide chief within the cannabis business by requirements, certification, traceability, cooperative advertising and marketing and model improvement.

“Lots of the time the coastal counties get loads of the credit score however we all know the foothills produce nice high quality cannabis,” Allen mentioned. “That’s a extremely essential backside line, the legacy of Nevada County and the Gold Nation area, these are shared property and we wish to ensure that all growers locally have a simple pathway to make use of these property.”

Allen mentioned the 4500-square-foot facility will give attention to “stage 1” processing of cannabis and cannabis items: Drying, curing and trimming. Allen added the ability may even develop into packaging flower into pre-rolls, kind product for extraction and leverage the ability of bulk for distribution pricing.

Emerald Grown is working with greater than 100 farmers statewide. He mentioned the objective is to achieve 300 farms by 2023. Allen mentioned the community of farmers embrace farms as small as 1300 sq. ft of cover to bigger heritage farms, although all are lower than 10,000 sq. ft in cover.

As government director of CGA, Allen was on the forefront of cannabis lobbying in Sacramento, till he resigned in 2018 to spearhead this new effort to advertise cannabis cultivation cooperatives.

“The unique imaginative and prescient for the campus was to empower heritage and craft cannabis entrepreneurs to function responsibly in a setting that allowed them to be modern and collaborate with one another,” mentioned Daniel Shkolnik, CEO and Co-founder of Lab Properties. “The Emerald Grown crew and Grass Valley Growers are the proper instance of that.”

“Lab Properties is proud to see the totally different companies –retailers, producers, processors — coming collectively and seeing this imaginative and prescient by. I wish to congratulate Emerald Grown on changing into a part of the Lab Properties neighborhood of tenants. We actually imagine their enterprise mannequin goes to be an awesome addition to the cannabis neighborhood in Nevada County.”

Lab Properties, LLC is a value-add actual property funding platform centered on repositioning industrial and industrial properties situated in cannabis-approved zones. Lab Properties is singularly centered on assembly the actual property wants of the newly authorized cannabis business. For extra data, go to

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