The Green House Pagosa is the first recreational and retail marijuana story in downtown Pagosa Springs.
Our story begins with our two owners, Jeremy Bonin and Jason Werby, who established roots in Pagosa Springs. Jeremy worked at ski patrol and Jason was a snow cat driver at Wolf Creek Ski Area. The outdoors, family atmosphere and Western Slope lifestyle are the reasons they wanted to start a business in Pagosa Springs.
With Jeremy’s grow expertise and Jason’s construction background, they built their own grow and retail shop near the town limits of Pagosa Springs.
They wanted to provide locals and tourists alike the highest quality grown cannabis and a wide range of marijuana-infused products along with excellent customer service.
To ensure cooperation with local government entities, Jeremy and Jason invested their time in helping write the local ordinances for marijuana sales business in Archuleta County.
Archuleta county mandates that we produce 70% of what we sell. This prevents big corporations from opening up a small satellite dispensary and undercutting local growers until they are out of business.
Local ownership allows for quick decision making versus dealing with a big chain store. A short chain of command provides accountability.
Our standard operating procedures offer consistency within every aspect of our business, whether it be the grow or our stores.
Locally grown marijuana allows for more flexibility of strains and batches of strains versus having limited choices, or mass quantities from a wholesaler that may be substandard or even stale.
We have established clean, consistent growing practices to insure quality and taste along with high THC content cannabis.
Our marijuana is grown, trimmed and cured in a secure clean room, then pre-packed into 1 gram or 3.5 gram portions. These measures ensures clean “finger-free” bud to our customers along with the sealed protection from our arid climate. Stop by and visit to see why our product is worth the trip!
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