BOYLE HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles’ first marijuana farmers market began Friday.
The California Heritage Market will run 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday at West Coast Collective on Esperanza Street in Boyle Heights.READ MORE: Huntington Park Police Shoot, Kill Suspect
The market will be open to card-carrying cannabis patients who will get the chance to meet growers, educate themselves and get better prices by cutting out the middleman, according to executive administrator Paizley Bradbury.READ MORE: Magnitude-3.5 Quake Rattles Idyllwild
The event will feature up to 50 vendors, including glass blowers, edibles and even author Michael Green, who wrote the book “Modern Marijuana Living: Lighting the Way to a Healthy Lifestyle”.MORE NEWS: Residents Call For Change Following Death Of ER Nurse Sandra Shells
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