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SPARC Joy: Metrc Compliance Automated Across All 5 Dispensaries with Treez

SPARC San Francisco, Cannabis Dispensary

Every cannabis software company says they “integrate with Metrc.” If you’ve heard it during a sales pitch, it sounds easy. But what does that really mean? Is it even possible to have an easy migration and go live without a hitch? What do the process and support look like? And what are some of the success stories […]

Hash Isn’t for the Timid

Cannabis concentrates, Hash

In Good Hands SPARC sells an array of hashish-related product BY JONAH RASKIN Hash, the smoke, isn’t for the timid. Soldiers in Napoleon’s army brought it from Egypt to Europe, where it caught on fast. In 19th-century France, every self-respecting writer used the concentrated extract and belonged to “The Hashish Club.” That history was a big selling […]

San Francisco’s Love Shack by SPARC Dispensary Opens This Week

February 18, 2019 Press Release State by State: California San Francisco, CA. — Feb. 21, 2019 — PRESS RELEASE — Closed since March 2018, the legendary San Francisco cannabis dispensary Love Shack re-opens its doors this week in its original Mission Dolores location with a new name reflecting a new partnership: Love Shack by SPARC. Known […]

Cannabis Goes Beyond Organic in California’s Wine Country

DAVID DOWNS January 11, 2019 More and more consumers want cannabis grown under full sun, in the soil, using organic nutrients. They think it tastes and feels better than lamp-grown, synthetically fertilized plants grown indoors. Meeting that demand is a new generation of so-called “Demeter”-certified “biodynamic” cannabis farms. They submit to repeat inspections and pay […]

From Wine to Weed Country

RENEWABLE ENERGY IS MAKING SAN FRANCISCO CANNABIS GROWS SUPER-GREEN

April 2, 2018/in San Francisco Bay Area /by News Article Repost As cannabis enters mainstream commerce, shoppers expect higher standards for eco-friendliness. Rising to the occasion, Sense, an indoor cannabis grower located in SoMa, has announced that it has switched to 100 percent renewable energy. Sense is using the city’s Public Utilities Commission program CleanPowerSF. Sustainability is important […]