A company that specializes in processing cannabis in the Drummondville area is taking a tourist turn.
Green Leaf, which has been in operation since 2004, has opened its fields to visitors.
“People will be able to come in and smell the plants. What does this variety smell like?” says Danny Lefevre, CEO of Green Leaf.
The tourist season has begun in this Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover. The first in Quebec.
People travel by the thousands to visit the lavender fields in Istria. Now, people will be in the thousands to come and visit the Green Leaf cannabis field, here in Saint-Cyrille,” explains the CEO.
By opening its facilities to the public, La Feuille Verte wants to report, but above all eliminate the stigma surrounding this factory.
“We know this plant has caused a lot of talk over the past 100 years. Cannabis has been under the cannabis ban. We are here to liberate this plant. There are still four out of five people in Quebec and Canada who are not familiar with this plant. They don’t know The many benefits of 25,000”, assures Danny Lefevre.
During the visit there is a guide who will explain you a little about the situation in the fields.
“It’s really cool because they already have a lot of plant space,” adds one customer.
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