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The First Vermontijuana Plant & Seed Swap


Join friends and fellow members of the Vermont cannabis community for our first social gathering of 2021, an outdoor seed and plant swap taking place Saturday, May 29, 2021 in Irasburg, Vermont (exact location will be shared with ticket-holders via email), for a full day of legal cannabis genetics exchange, and networking with fellow enthusiastic […]

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20+ Vermont Cities and Towns Approve Retail Cannabis Sales


 UPDATE: 24 hours after polls closed, we’ve learned via twitter — @vermontijuana — we’ve learned that both Johnson and South Hero also approved cannabis retail ballot initiatives. Thanks and H/T @spenceforprez and @davesilberman Legal cannabis retail votes were the big winners of the 2021 Town Meeting Day election with 24 Vermont cities and towns […]

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Predicting Vermont’s Town Meeting Day Cannabis Retail Votes


At the 2021 installment of Town Meeting Day, roughly 30 Vermont cities and towns will hold votes to approve, or ‘opt-in’, to allow THC cannabis products to be sold over-the-counter as permitted by Act 164. For those complaining about the Governor’s slow rollout of Vermont’s tax and regulation bill, Act 164, I’ll say both that […]

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Vermontijuana is a media, events & advocacy organization.

Founded by Eli Harrington under the management of Vermont-based Greenbridge Consulting LLC.  Familiar to many as a cofounder and spokesperson of Heady Vermont until his resignation in May 2019, Harrington has returned to the cannabis media scenes to apply the last four years of experience to #ElevateTheState of the cannabis community in Vermont.

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“The largest cities and towns in the state and those with medical cannabis dispensaries passed the votes easily with large margins in Burlington, Winooski, Brattleboro, Bennington, Brandon, Montpelier, and Middlebury.

While some big ski towns are still waiting in the wings, there were impactful yes votes in Central Vermont in in Waterbury and Duxbury, towns on Route 100 which form the gateway to Stowe, Sugarbush, and Mad River Glen respectively. Waitsfield voted to put the retail sales question on a future ballot, and is expected to approve.

The Northeast Kingdom region was the most active region overall with nearly 10 cities and towns asking voters who approve cannabis sales. With razor-thin margins in multiple towns, those efforts were successful in Danville, Burke, Sutton, Barton, and Brownington, and Peacham (which passed by 18 votes).

In the two largest municipalities in the NEK, the ballot item failed in both Lyndon and Newport. St. Johnsbury will also vote on retail cannabis sales at their Town Meeting Day election, which was moved to early April.

In Southern Vermont, small towns also showed significant support passing the votes in both Danby and Pawlet. The small ‘suburban’ towns of Pownal (borders Bennington) and Salisbury (borders Middlebury) also passed the ballot items.

On the Eastern part of the state, Windsor, the birthplace of Vermont, will be first stop north of Brattleboro to allow retail sales, Farther up 91, the agricultural communities of Randolph and Strafford also approved the ballot question.

Pleasant Surprises

Governor Phil Scott’s hometown of Berlin was one of the pleasant surprises for advocates as the measure narrowly passed by 25 votes (400-375) in the mostly agricultural community.

Despite years of steadfast and outspoken opposition from their police department, the voters of Vergennes also approved the sales question by a definitive margin of 387-185.

The biggest negative surprise for advocates was the failure of cannabis in Richmond, where voters rejected legal cannabis sales 674-611.

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Winooski, Bennington, Burlington, Brattleboro, Montpelier, Danby, Pawlet, Danville, Windsor, Strafford, Midd

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As of 11:30pm #vermont cities and towns with #cannabis retail on the #townmeetingday ballot #vtpoli


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If you live in #winooski you’ll start seeing these Front Porch Forum ads show up from now until the election on Town Meeting Day. The ads were paid for by @elifromthe802 with the goal of getting legal #cannabis sales ✅ to start in October 2022 by independent retailers, possibly including @vermontijuana . Open book on our #cannabis intentions and invitations to hop on the #vermontijuana wave will be coming soon...also, Front Porch Forum is the cheapest and most effective advertising and they treat #cannabis businesses like anyone else, DM me for an advertising 🔌 ...

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Got schooled on some dry ice dry sift tech this week and ended up with a few delicious hash coins and pressed some kief into some 3-4 star ⭐️ rosin. Much respect to the extract ARTISTS out there who make this look easy and produce steady heat! happy #hashchurch #sunday also the 🦉 stamp is 🔥 #iykyk ...

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