‘Alaskans love their weed, so there is definitely a demand for it,’ says the owner of a Skagway grow-op.
Tiffany Metz runs her hands through rows of marijuana plants she’s grown with her partner, Coop Briody, in Skagway, Alaska.
“Give them some interaction — like I’m a little bird or a little mouse, out in the wilderness,” said Metz, describing how she cares for the 100 plants she cultivates, in a re-purposed sea container on her property.
Briody and Metz’s grow operation — named Coyote and Toad’s Garden, after their childhood nicknames — has been fully operational for a year now. The business supplies five recreational cannabis store across Alaska, including one in Skagway.
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