United Cannabis Society Honors ‘Canna Organix’ With 2020 Grower Award

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United Cannabis Society (UCS) Award Celebrates Growers Committed To Sustainable Farming Practices

At UCS, we recognize and award leaders in the cannabis industry who contribute to the movement for clean, organically grown cannabis

United Cannabis Society (UCS), a non-profit organization that is committed to a sustainable Earth, celebrates Canna Organix as a 2020 recipient of the United Cannabis Society Award in the Grower category. A leader in Washington’s cannabis industry, Canna Organix was awarded as a Grower by UCS for their organic farming practices and standards. Other qualifications for the UCS Grower Award include a commitment to producing cannabis with no pesticides and toxins in the finished flower and producing exclusive flowers that are superior in taste and quality, which Canna Organix has now been recognized for. Canna Organix are also winners of several Hightimes Cannabis Cups, Dope Cups and Sun Cup Awards.

“At UCS, we recognize and award leaders in the cannabis industry who contribute to the movement for clean, organically grown cannabis,” said Benjamin White, Founder of the United Cannabis Society. “We are honored to recognize Canna Organix as a leader in the sustainable cannabis industry in 2020.”

“We are proud to be given a UCS Award for our organic cannabis growing practices,” said Tim Humiston, Founder of Canna Organix. “At Canna Organix, our main values are to give the cannabis plant the best of everything and see what the plant will give back to us. By doing our work in a sustainable way, the results are better for our employees, staff, customers, and the planet.”

Canna Organix began as a venture among four friends who turned curiosity for a plant into a passion and profession. The company is different from other growers as they follow an organic model and grow in a hybrid "sungrown indoor" environment, where they utilize the sun, but also have fully climate controlled greenhouses to protect the crop from the harsh elements and allows them to dial in the environment perfectly for each cultivar. All plants receive daily human interaction, hand-watering instead of an automated system, and are always under careful watch. Their growing medium is used again and again, constantly being renewed with organic matter, rather than being thrown out after every crop. They say the soil only gets better overtime.

Announced earlier in 2020, the UCS Award pays homage to businesses and leaders committed to sustainable and organic cannabis practices. Along with The Grower award, additional UCS Award categories include The Provider, The Creator, and The Leader. Details on these categories and additional 2020 recipients of the UCS Award are listed online now at http://www.unitedcannabissociety.org/the-award.

For more information, visit http://www.unitedcannabissociety.org and http://www.cannaorganix.com.

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ABOUT UNITED CANNABIS SOCIETY (UCS)
The United Cannabis Society (UCS) is a non-profit organization that is committed to a sustainable Earth, recognizing the leaders who contribute to the movement for clean, organically grown cannabis. Our vision is that clean cannabis practices will sustain the health of the earth and our communities. At UCS, we’re committed to transforming the cannabis industry by elevating the way cannabis is grown, distributed, and consumed because we believe in an environmentally and socially responsible lifestyle. Visit http://www.unitedcannabissociety.org.

ABOUT CANNA ORGANIX
Canna Organix is a Washington State cannabis grower, manufacturer, and distributer. We grow and process legal cannabis in our state-of-the-art facility located in Sequim and cultivate honest and personable relationships with our retail partners, consumers, employees, and community. We constantly refine ourselves and encourage those around us, creating synergistic bonds, amplifying our efforts and our end products. Visit https://www.cannaorganix.com.

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