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‘Santa Seed Giveaway’ expected to draw cannabis-loving crowd in Virginia A Virginia seed store is expected to make plenty of folks feel some welcome holiday cheer when it gives away cannabis cannabis conference event toronto ontario canada 2017

‘Santa Seed Giveaway’ expected to draw cannabis-loving crowd in Virginia

A Virginia seed store is expected to make plenty of folks feel some welcome holiday cheer when it gives away cannabis seeds on a first-come, first-served basis today to adults of legal age.

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Produced by Jolly Pond Farm, a family-run farm that uses natural farming practices to make premium CBD products, the seeds are to be exchanged in line with Virginia law at Happy Trees Agricultural Supply in Richmond, Vir. The company is an agricultural supply store that specializes in offering equipment and consultations for hydroponic and indoor gardening.

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As of July 1, recreational cannabis is legal in Virginia, with residents 21 and older able to possess as much as 28 grams of cannabis and grow up to four plants.

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According to Richmond Times-Dispatch, the plan was to have volunteers distribute free packets of weed seeds beginning at 10 a.m. local time for as long as they last as part of the “Santa Seed Giveaway.”

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In a bid to ensure the holidays are merry and bright, the publication reports that “the goal of this event is to provide seeds to people who have had difficulty obtaining them under Virginia’s current laws, which outlaw the sales of seeds, quid pro quo transactions and distribution by retail outlets.”

In a Facebook post, Happy Trees reports those attending the event can ramp up the holiday cheer another notch by getting their picture taken with Santa.

The seed trade has proved of great interest in Virginia. For example, Virginia Marijuana Justice (VAMJ) recently hosted the Great Commonwealth Cannabis Seed Share on July 1, the first day it was legally permitted to do so.

The goal, as per the group’s poster, was to give away 10,000 weed seeds. In advance of the event, which was said to be state-wide, organizers were looking for seed donors, distributors and receivers.

“This will be Virginia residents’ first legal opportunity to share seeds with other adults and start down the path of legally growing their own cannabis in the safety and privacy of their homes,” VAMJ noted at the time.

In 2015, DC Marijuana Justice held its own seed-sharing event in the District of Columbia, where personal possession and cultivation of cannabis by adults has been legal since 2014, according to Forbes.

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‘Santa Seed Giveaway’ expected to draw cannabis-loving crowd in Virginia

As of July 1, recreational cannabis is legal in Virginia, with residents 21 and older able to possess as much as 28 grams of cannabis and grow up to four plants. / Photo by Alexander_Volkov / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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A Virginia seed store is expected to make plenty of folks feel some welcome holiday cheer when it gives away cannabis seeds on a first-come, first-served basis today to adults of legal age.

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According to Richmond Times-Dispatch, the plan was to have volunteers distribute free packets of weed seeds beginning at 10 a.m. local time for as long as they last as part of the “Santa Seed Giveaway.”

In a bid to ensure the holidays are merry and bright, the publication reports that “the goal of this event is to provide seeds to people who have had difficulty obtaining them under Virginia’s current laws, which outlaw the sales of seeds, quid pro quo transactions and distribution by retail outlets.”

In a Facebook post, Happy Trees reports those attending the event can ramp up the holiday cheer another notch by getting their picture taken with Santa.

The seed trade has proved of great interest in Virginia. For example, Virginia Marijuana Justice (VAMJ) recently hosted the Great Commonwealth Cannabis Seed Share on July 1, the first day it was legally permitted to do so.

The goal, as per the group’s poster, was to give away 10,000 weed seeds. In advance of the event, which was said to be state-wide, organizers were looking for seed donors, distributors and receivers.

“This will be Virginia residents’ first legal opportunity to share seeds with other adults and start down the path of legally growing their own cannabis in the safety and privacy of their homes,” VAMJ noted at the time.

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In 2015, DC Marijuana Justice held its own seed-sharing event in the District of Columbia, where personal possession and cultivation of cannabis by adults has been legal since 2014, according to Forbes.