February 6, 2019

Call to Action!

The Rhode Island Department of Health (“RIDOH”) has received a petition to add Opioid Dependency as a debilitating medical condition in the Medical Marijuana Program regulations (216-RICR-20-10-3) (“Regulations”). Pursuant to § 3.4.4(C) of the Regulations.

Please see the following link to the full public hearing notice, which includes the petition to add Opioid Dependency as a debilitating medical condition: Medical Marijuana Petition Public Hearing Notice – Opioid Dependency

A public hearing regarding this petition will be held:
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

10:00AM

Rhode Island Department of Health

Auditorium (Lower Level)

3 Capitol Hill

Providence, Rhode Island

 

January 29, 2019
AM 1540 WADK’s “On-Air Health Fair”

Talk of the Town, Airing from 9am-12pm
Join Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center’s Retail Supervisor, Robert Dupont, and Budtender Jeffrey Pietrefesa on air with Bruce Newbury.

 

 

Bruce Newbury will interview people from a series of area health-related businesses, care providers and managers. These interviews will include helpful hints and information about topics related to all aspects of the health-care field and more.

 

 

January 26, 2019

Cultivators Cup 2019 

This year, Tetro Hydro Club is hosting their second Cultivators Cup! This is the first event open to Out of State Patients. Various licensed Cultivators from all over Rhode Island have submitted their flower to be judged amongst the top contending Growers in R.I. in the Cultivators Cup 2019 Judge Kit. This kit includes two ounces of flowers, Judge Pass (this will admit the Judge plus one fellow patient), Cultivators Cup 2019 Tee-shirt, Greenleaf CCC winter beanie cap, and Judge’s
Score Cards. Whether you have purchased a kit to become a Judge or not, this event is open to all U.S. medical marijuana patients. Join us for great music and a safe space to medicate. Be sure to visit Tetro Hydro’s Dab Bar! *This is a ‘Bring Your Own Medicine’ Event and no medicine will be sold at this event.

Cultivators Cup 2019

Contending Strain List

Bonsai Buds – Silver Back Gorilla

Bonsai Buds – High Octane

Bonsai Buds – Apple Jax

Bonsai Buds – Dragon’s Breath

Bonsai Buds – Bubble Gum Cookies

Cultivating RI – Apple Sherb

Cultivating RI – Grateful Breath

Emerald Leaf Organics – Gorilla Butter

East Coast Cultivations – Dosidos

East Coast Cultivations – Mac Daddy

Elle Cie – Vancouver Island Haze

Fireband Inc – Birthday Cake

Fireband Inc – Mimosa

IBE Industries – Wedding Cake

IBE Industries – OGKB

Mammoth Inc – Mimosa

Mammoth Inc – Watermelon Zkittles

Mammoth Inc – GG5

Organic Bees – Orange Julius

RIFG – Purple Chem

RIFG – Wedding Cake

RIFG – Member Berries

Hank’s Herbs – Night Nurse

Side Car Nursery – Jr. Mint Cookies

Greenleaf CCC – Mr. Clean #1

Greenleaf CCC – Layer Cake #7

Greenleaf CCC – Purple Frost Monster

January 20, 2019

Wellness Marketplace kicking off Newport Wellness Week

Join Greenleaf’s Budtender Jen Newbold!

Click on the photo to find more information about Sunday’s  Wellness Marketplace schedule of events!

Past Events:

October 20, 2018

Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run

 

A group of Greenleaf staff have registered to do the 7th Annual Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run. It’s a 4-mile run/walk prduced by the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority. This event is not-for-profit and 100% of proceeds collected in our ‘Pell Bridge Collection Jars’ will go to support local not-for-profits. Thank you in advance for your support.

August 15, 2018 

The Open Forum with Frank Prosnitz of 1540 AM WADP Newport

Dr. Seth Bock, Owner/CEO of Greenleaf Compassion Center, and Robert Dupont,  Greenleaf Retail Store Supervisor, sit and talk with Frank Prosnitz about the fast growing industry of medical marijuana.

August 4, 2018
Save the Bay


A group of Greenleaf staff swam and kayaked along the Newport Bridge to help continue the efforts to Save Narragansett Bay in its 42nd rendition. Two-time Olympic medalist Elizabeth Beisel gave a charging speech before the swim and crossed the finish line alongside veteran Bay swimmer Albert Garcia. The final wave of swimmers crossed the finish line and celebrated minutes before rain came pouring down from the beautiful sky. We thank everyone for their contribution and support leading up to the event!