Greenline Academy wants to be Canada’s top institute of higher learning, a place students can earn what amounts to a Master’s in medical marijuana.
The school is designed to help students navigate the legal medical marijuana industry. It offers seminars, courses and consulting services to budding pot entrepreneurs covering everything from growing techniques to legal requirements.
“Greenline is about networking and education and compliance. We are trying to educate people about the laws,” said Kelowna-based founder Don Schultz. “The goal is just to get the education out there to help patients.”
He’s running his next $330 seminar in Vancouver at UBC June 9 and 10. Among the topics: cannabis therapeutics, legal aspects of medical marijuana and tips from a Master Grower on flowering and harvesting the plant.
Schultz said the seminar is almost sold out. But don’t expect to light one up during class.
“They are there to learn, it’s not a pot party, it’s to do with education,” Schultz explained. “It’s not like the 420 party in Vancouver.”
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