RAW Rolling Papers and The JUSTÜS Foundation have announced the recipients of the RAW Seeds Fellowship. The grant aims to assist Legacy Operators in the cannabis industry, with each recipient getting substantial funding to support their business growth in the newly legalized market.

Empress Modupe Olufunmi-Jacobs, a cannabis health and wellness advocate from Hawaiʻi, is one of the awardees. Olufunmi-Jacobs, who founded Balm of Gilead Cannabis Health and Wellness Ministry plans to use the grant for startup development and purchasing tools for cannabis formulations. Despite a legal history that dates back to 1987, she is now working towards creating a sustainable business in a changing legislative environment.

Eli Terry, CEO of …

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