Copperstate Farms, a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Arizona, announced that it has completed its first harvest after finishing a ten-acre greenhouse buildout and renovation at its cultivation facility in Snowflake, Arizona.
The 435,600 square-foot construction project, designated “Greenhouse 3,” encompasses best-of-industry technologies and cutting-edge ventilation and climate control systems to support high-quality cultivation needs without compromising scalability.
“With the potential legalization of adult-use (marijuana) in Arizona this November through the Smart and Safe Proposition 207 Act, Copperstate Farms has been preparing our facilities for an increase in market demands,” said CEO Pankaj Talwar. “Our ten-acre renovation and subsequent harvest puts us in an optimal position to provide high-quality, sun-grown flower to support the demands of an expanded customer base.”
Copperstate Farms now has the largest indoor cannabis facility in the United States with 40 acres under glass. It is also the top employer in Snowflake. The company is the largest producer of bulk distillate in the state, supplying a third of the Arizona market, and currently has more than 50 medical marijuana strains in development and 50 in production.