Medical Marijuana in high demand at Native Nations Cannabis

FLANDREAU, S.D. (KELO) — The medical marijuana business in Flandreau continues to bloom. The Native Nations Cannabis dispensary opened in July with it’s attached cultivation laboratory facilities, and over the past few months has blazed a trail in the area of medical marijuana in South Dakota.

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (FSST) President Tony Reider says that business has been good. “It’s been great,” he expressed. “Business has been right on spot with where we projected it would be.” Products at the Native Nations Cannabis dispensaryRead More »

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Products at the Native Nations Cannabis dispensary Reider says the biggest change that’s occurred over the past few months is the construction which is still ongoing. “We had a big investment going in, not knowing really what was going to happen on July 1st, so we didn’t want to invest more than we already had,” he said. “Now [we’re] trying to play catch-up so to say a little bit.”That game of catch-up is now one of Native Nations’ greatest challenges. “One of the biggest complaints that I would say we receive is the ability to only purchase an eighth [of an ounce] of flower,” said Reider. “A lot of people would like to purchase up to that full ounce at […]

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