Posted by | December 2, 2009 17:01 | Filed under: Top Stories

Nick Tennant of Michigan’s “Med Grow” calls it “more of a trade school.”


As states loosen their medical marijuana laws, institutions such as Med Grow are sprouting up, looking to educate potential caregivers about how to enter the cannabis industry the legal way.


Med Grow is fashioned after California’s Oaksterdam University, which has three campuses, 50 employees, and 5500 graduates.

Med Grow students cover an array of topics related to the budding industry over semester-long courses or seminars. The curriculum covers proper cultivation and breeding, cooking tips and recipes, how to start a care-giving business and Cannabis History 1010. “Students should feel very confident that they’re going to succeed,” Tennant said.


Not bad for a struggling economy, no?

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