Cuz, yo, it’s obvious these ppl making $$. Another way to say it is: it’s obvious this is a smart industry to get into now.
I would have a service that sponsored events and even txted members to find us at events for “member services”, knowing the production costs – with all the help of technology on yields and connection – are often less than the unit price we pay (often $50 an 1/8th ounce).
The membership could be the delivery team, with shared outreach components to ppl w/ limited mobility. As it grows, more strains, more real estate if members put 2 plants aside for all, more convenience, access, $$, weed (read: cannabis), and health building outside of a doctor’s office. What y[‘]all think?
There’s a lot of folks, like Eaze, working to get to people with reasonably priced herbs timely. The advancing technology and deepened knowledge base after almost 20 years with full state support pushes grow costs down and store-grade yields up.
If your grow costs drop over time without a storefront and IF (big if, fine) you deal with collective members NOT as customers, but as collective_members/community members/neighbors/fellow advocates_citizens_activists_patients/friends/”family” – then the costs would drop for all, since there’s no one to be greedy to in a collective arrangement.
(certainly, applicable to American life as a collective conceived in liberty with the idea that all are created equal)
Below’s an email from when my trouble started… cashing in a code someone handed me at Carnaval that weekend… Super cool serv too: it says in the email.
They blessed me one day with a little handful of herb, had clearly visible shirts (blue, with eaze written on them), and stayed in sight of me, their customer by proxy. I have my rec, but I thought it – and told them so that day – just good business and great care (not voyeurism or inventing babysitting out of delivering weed) of your business model and investment – know your membership, because you already know the value of the group you represent as you approach people and they choose to do business with you –
AND smoke the same weed as you, probably.
Life is more intimate, and offers this opportunity to care more palpably and non-industrially, with nature we share together.