About Lindsey Bartlett
Lindsey Bartlett is an Editor at Green Entrepreneur. She is an author, social media coordinator, and photographer based in Los Angeles, California. On the cannabis beat for eight years, Bartlett has written for Marijuana Business Daily, The Denver Post, Merry Jane, Leafly, and Weedmaps News.
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From engineering hand sanitizer for hospital workers to donating gloves, gowns, and masks - here's how cannabis companies are lending aid to health workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
While other industries are suffering losses during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, cannabis has been deemed an "essential good". The industry is now hiring to meet a new type of demand.
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From reserving hours for the senior community to offering food banks for kids without lunches, here's how the cannabis community of entrepreneurs are helping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Recreational cannabis sales in Washington were up 33 percent on Sunday, while Ontario's sales were up a whopping 100 percent.
This unique Portland, Maine-based dispensary is filled with wild sculptures and a rotating bespoke art gallery.
While the pandemic spreads, consumers are stockpiling products, staying at home, and using cannabis to cope.
Oregrown's second storefront showcases the state's cannabis and its beloved, natural roots.
The Natural Products Expo West has postponed its annual conference which expected 85,000 attendees.
Cannabis entrepreneuers Chelsea Johnson and Dustin Johnson, Co-Founders of HUXTON, give advice on growth, authenticity, and brand trust.
The comedy event at the Improv enters its third year, and surprises abound.
California cannabis company Caliva has designed a wholly unique - yet comforting - dispensary storefront called DELI
Cannabis now employs a record-high of 243,700 Americans, Leafly finds in its 2020 Jobs Report
The two founders wanted a 'divorce', says a member of the company's board of directors.
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