Johnnie Seitz tends to plants at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower and processor in Seattle, in 2014. Four years after Washington voters approved an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana use, the state is working on a new license for researchers to grow marijuana for scientific study.
Johnnie Seitz tends to plants at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower and processor in Seattle, in 2014. Four years after Washington voters approved an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana use, the state is working on a new license for researchers to grow marijuana for scientific study. Ted S. Warren AP file, 2014
Johnnie Seitz tends to plants at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower and processor in Seattle, in 2014. Four years after Washington voters approved an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana use, the state is working on a new license for researchers to grow marijuana for scientific study. Ted S. Warren AP file, 2014