cannabis politics

Thank You for Buying Local

We'd like to thank you for shopping at our Maine-owned, family business! Recently, the State of Maine decided to allow those who are not Maine residents to open a recreational marijuana business in Maine. Please read the full article here Though on the surface this may not seem like a bad thing, we fear this… Continue reading Thank You for Buying Local

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Maine Farmers, medical marijuana, National Ag Day

National Ag Day – 3/24/20

Today is, “National Ag Day.” We’d like to recognize and celebrate - the contribution that agriculture (and farmers!) have in our everyday lives. At 1 Mill we are proud to offer an abundance of Maine-grown products from small Maine family farms & growers - including our own. Family farms are the backbone of our community… Continue reading National Ag Day – 3/24/20

cannabis politics, Maine Medical Cannabis, medical marijuana

We are Here for You as an Essential Business…

As we continue to navigate the changes in our daily lives, we want to remain a constant you can rely on. We are offering curbside pick-up in addition to our regular in-store hours. At some point in the future, "non-essential" businesses may be closed for a period of time. What we are seeing in other… Continue reading We are Here for You as an Essential Business…

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Maine Medical Cannabis, medical marijuana

Curbside Pickup & More

Dear 1 Mill Patients & Customers, Even during these uncertain times, everyone still needs access to their therapeutic products. With this is mind, we are offering curbside pick up for our patrons who do not want to come into the store. To order: - Check our menu online at our website 1millbelfast.com, Leafly, or Weedmaps.… Continue reading Curbside Pickup & More

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cannabis harvest, leap day

Leap Day Reflections and Harvest News

As we celebrate "Leap Day," a day occurring only every 4 years, we reflect on what it means to "take a leap." Taking a leap means to jump into something new, and/or take a risk of some sort. We think about almost two years ago when we did just that... we looked at a building… Continue reading Leap Day Reflections and Harvest News