After Service, These Veterans Are Finding New Careers in Cannabis | Blunt Network
A new internship program gives veterans the opportunity to learn everything from how to transplant clones and harvest product to how to troubleshoot problems.
Inside a nondescript industrial warehouse outside Downtown Los Angeles, nestled among a sea of other nondescript warehouses, Army veteran Steven Passmore is hard at work.
His hair is pulled back with a thin, stretchy headband, and beads of sweat drip down his temples as he shuttles between temperature-controlled rooms.
Heat, humidity, and the skunky smell of sensimilla ebb and flow as he traverses the maze of cultivation rooms that make up the grow facility for THC Design.
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