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Sustainability and Policy in the Cannabis Industry

Equities.com, Eli Bilton, January 18, 2016 – Anyone with a vague degree of familiarity with the cannabis industry will tell you that it has the potential to use tremendous amounts of resources… lighting, water use or the disbursement of nutrients, growing marijuana on any kind of a large scale is bound to consume energy. It’s for this reason that those participating in the space must use sustainable gardening techniques, renewable energies, and sustainable technologies. Those with an influence on relevant legislation must ensure for the passage of well-thought out, environmentally conscious cannabis laws. READ MORE

Big relief’ for Subway manager struggling to support family on $11.50 an hour

The Oregonian, Andrew Theen, December 11, 2015 – “These are the new Amsterdams of the world,” said Eli Bilton, owner of Attis Trading Co., a marijuana dispensary in Portland, who is also starting a tour company and looking for locations to open a 420-friendly bed-and-breakfast. And while business is just getting going there — recreational marijuana only became legal for sale in Oregon Oct. 1 — “We’re already seeing a lot of out-of-towners,” Bilton said. READ MORE

Marijuana Tourism’s Reach Expands

Boston Globe,  Jon Marcus, November 28,  2015 “These are the new Amsterdams of the world,” said Eli Bilton, owner of Attis Trading Co., a marijuana dispensary in Portland, who is also starting a tour company and looking for locations to open a 420-friendly bed-and-breakfast. And while business is just getting going there — recreational marijuana only became legal for sale in Oregon Oct. 1 — “We’re already seeing a lot of out-of-towners,” Bilton said. READ MORE

Wanted: Licensed Contractors to Build In-House Marijuana Grow Rooms

Market Watch, Daniel Goldstein, November 16, 2015 – Bilton says that in Oregon many licensed contractors will build grow rooms now that marijuana is legal. “It’s becoming part of our culture here in Portland,” he said. “You’re more likely to know somebody who’s involved in the growing industry so it’s more acceptable now,” he said. READ MORE

The Last Frontier: Alaska Pioneers First Public Cannabis Consumption Rules

Cannabis Business News, Recreational Cannabis News,  Roni Stetter, November 27,  2015 – Eli Bilton is CEO of the Attis Group, an Oregon-based cannabis cultivator, processor, and dispensary owner. The Attis Group currently accounts for 10% of Oregon’s total cannabis output, and is looking to expand to Alaska within the next year. Bilton is confident that the new regulations will go into effect without a hitch, encouraging a new kind of cannabis culture (and business environment) in Alaska. READ MORE

Smoothing Out Wrinkles In Oregon’s Pot Law

Jefferson Public Radio,  Geoffrey Riley & Emily Cureton, October 16,  2015 – Preview of Jackson County town hall meeting with County Commissioner Doug Breidenthal, Developent Services Director Kelly Madding and Attis Trading Company CEO, Eli Bilton. READ MORE

Marijuana Odor: Local Ordinance and Carbon Filtration Contain Smell

Portland Business Journal,  James Cronin, November 12,  2015 – Growers just need to transition to sealed systems that don’t have an external exhaust, and instead filters the air inside the building. That would go a long way towards containing any odors,” said Eli Bilton, the CEO of Attis Trading Group. READ MORE

How Oregon marijuana growers plan to get efficient following $5,000 fines for power outages

Portland Business Journal,  James Cronin, November 12,  2015 – As the recreational cannabis industry matures in Oregon, concerns are mounting about resource-intensive growing operations and their local impacts, especially from plants grown indoors. But, as experienced farmers know, there are right ways and wrong ways to cultivate. READ MORE

State Market Analysis: Early Assessment of Oregon’s New Rec Market

Marijuana Investor News,  Marguerite Arnold, October 21, 2015 – The state of Oregon is doing many things right as they move into being a fully regulated adult use state for cannabis. Oregon businesses generated more than $11 million in revenue during their first week of sales, which was more than Colorado and Washington combined. READ MORE

Sale of Marijuana Now Legal in Oregon

MSNBC  Jacob Soboroff, October 1, 2015 – Oregon’s marijuana friendly laws help Attis to creating a unique brand of cannabis. WATCH VIDEO

How Green Are Your Cannabis Cultivation Practices?

Marijuana Investor News,  Marguerite Arnold, September 2015 – The successful use of sustainable cultivation practices leads to a healthier garden and ultimately creates a symbiotic environment in which farmer and plant can organically coexist. READ MORE

Growing Up With the Harvest: Oregon Pot Entrepreneur Ready for the Legal Market

Inc.com,  Will Yakowicz, July 2015 – Oregon’s Legal Marijuana Industry Will Be Worth Nearly $500 Million by 2020. READ MORE

Oregon’s Legal Marijuana Industry will be Worth Nearly $500M by 2020

Inc.com,  Will Yakowicz, July 2015 – Eli Bilton is about to enter Oregon’s new legal weed industry with five dispensaries. To ensure they succeed, he’s developing innovations including 100-foot-tall pot plants. READ MORE

Oregon Medical Marijuana Company Raises $1.8 Million To Expand Operations.

The Weed Blog, Johnny Green,  July 2015 – The Attis Group, Inc. (ATTIS), an Oregon-based cannabis cultivator, processor and dispensary owner, has entered into an agreement with Las Vegas, Nevada firm Electrum Partners to help develop plans to expand ATTIS’ business operations. READ MORE

ATTIS TRADING COMPANY: SETTING THE BAR HIGH FOR OREGON CANNABIS

Portland, Oregon is weird and that’s not an insult. They aim to keep it that way. Like Austin, Texas and other pockets of liberal America, the Rose City welcomes eccentricities and prides itself on its many peculiarities. There is a Portland way of doing things where individuality is a pillar of success and uniqueness is a central tenet of business operations. Beards and tattoos are also welcomed. READ MORE

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