American Cannabis Partners (ACP) is a multi-state cannabis company with 560,000 square feet of licensed canopy space for cultivation and one retail license. The company is nationally headquartered in Trinity County of Northern California’s Emerald Triangle.
ACP is focused on three complementary business segments: real estate, acquisition & development of proprietary assets, and ongoing cultivation operations. Led by a seasoned management team with 30+ years of canna-business experience, ACP’s strategy is to capture opportunities in real estate and licensing in states that have recently passed cannabis legalization legislation, thereby equipping the company to capitalize on Federal interstate commerce opportunities.
Through its current cultivation operations, ACP supplies approximately 80% of its whole flower products for manufacturing, distribution and retail licenses. With the remaining 20%, the company supplies its proprietary strains to select California distributors and its own Michigan retail location under its exclusive in-house brand, ZÜK.
History of American Cannabis Partners
In 2014, Stephen Jordan, President of ACP, took on the Director of Operations position for a U.S.-based company operating in the Jamaican cannabis space. Over the course of his three-year tenure in this role, Jordan developed a number of relationships that would help serve as the basis of American Cannabis Partners.
One such relationship was with Junior Gordon, a cultivation lead grower from Jamaica’s Westmoreland Parish. Jordan immediately saw the value of Gordon’s unique skillset and credentials, and Gordon recognized Jordan’s heartfelt vision of bringing Jamaican culture to the rapidly developing U.S. cannabis space.
Guided by that mission, ACP’s unchanging goal is to improve the lives of individuals through cannabis and business.
Since its founding in 2018, privately-owned American Cannabis Partners has established a foothold in two key U.S. cannabis markets – California and Michigan. In total, the company has acquired 12 cannabis licenses, including 20,000 sq. ft. of cultivation licenses in California and 540,000 sq. ft. of cultivation licenses & one retail license in Michigan.
ACP’s IP portfolio features three proprietary strains sold exclusively through the company’s wholly owned ZÜK brand, as well as proprietary data collection and mining systems supporting its cultivation and retail operations.
Plans for Expansion
American Cannabis Partners is pursuing additional growth in the cannabis sector through multiple planned initiatives. These include:
- Submitting applications for additional cultivation licenses at the company’s Trinity County, California, location;
- Planning land acquisition and project development strategies for expanding operations to its third U.S. state beginning in the second quarter of 2022; and
- Planning land acquisition and project development strategies for expanding operations to its fourth U.S. state beginning in the second quarter of 2024.
ACP is currently exploring expansion opportunities through partnerships and joint ventures in New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Nevada, Arizona, Missouri and Massachusetts.
November 16, 2022
It has been 10 years since Amendment 64, which legalized adult-use marijuana in Colorado, was passed and implemented. The proposed constitutional amendment had a number of arguments in support of legalizing marijuana, and we shine the spotlight on some of those arguments to see to what extent they have been vindicated.
One major argument was that by legalizing recreational marijuana, adults who wish to use the substance would purchase it from regulated sources that are licensed and have quality standards to adhere to, unlike marijuana sourced from underground sources that aren’t subject to any regulation. Teen use would also be curbed, proponents stated.
To some extent, results have shown that adults prefer to source their marijuana from licensed outlets since they find these products to be of a better quality than those from black market suppliers. The recent spate of lung injuries (EVALI) have since been linked to contaminate black market vape products, and most cases were reported in states that prohibit marijuana. This seems to suggest that legal markets such as Colorado have shielded users from potentially dangerous or tainted
products by availing outlets where licensed producers sell products that meet set quality standards.
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