Jamaica: Key Stakeholders Discuss Building a Cannabis Industry

This weekend in Negril the Beckley Foundation brought together leaders from the Jamaican government, the Rastafari community, and the business community to discuss the current progress and next steps for building a regulatory framework for a legal cannabis industry in Jamaica.

The two day event was hosted by the Beckley Foundation, which was started in England in 1998 by the Countess of Wemyss, to pioneer cannabis research and policy reform. Her contribution to psychedelic science and global drug policy reform has been pivotal and widely acknowledged.

GGS Structures Inc. President, Leigh Coulter, was invited to the event and she encouraged the Cannabis Licensing Authority to consider in their licensing development the need to encourage progressive development of both greenhouse cultivation and advanced precision agriculture in traditional field growing.

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