Alliance signs agreements that grant indigenous peoples economic sovereignty through cannabis cultivation
CHERRY TREE, Oklahoma – News Direct – Everscore, Inc.
Native American Cannabis Alliance (“NACA”), a joint venture between Tim Houseberg, executive director of the Cherokee-based Native Health Matters Foundation, and Everscore, the premier direct consumer marketplace for THC and CBD products, is pleased to announce announced that it has signed three letters of intent with indigenous farmers from tribes such as the Mohawk Nation and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Nations.
This series of landmark agreements will support the activation of over 500,000 acres of tribal farmland for growing cannabis with agricultural services, development of production sites to process cannabis grown on tribal farmland, labor development and access to purchase agreements through branded sales on the market Everscore online marketplace.
“Our people come from a rich cultural heritage and the cannabis industry is a historic opportunity for First Nations to work together to shape the future of the industry and empower our communities,” said Tim Houseberg, executive director of the Native American Cannabis Alliance. “Through NACA, indigenous farmers are known worldwide for their quality products by brands and consumers alike.”
By joining NACA, indigenous farmers become part of a sustainable, competitive, and balanced ecosystem that benefits Native American communities, families, and future generations. Backed by Everscore’s cannabis marketplace and the first technology capabilities of its kind, NACA will leverage the resources and ingenuity of Native Americans for all aspects of the industry, from cultivation and processing to logistics and marketing. With NACA at their side, indigenous peoples can continue to regain their legacy of caring for the land and at the same time take modern steps to sustainable profit and the associated opportunities for just progress.
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“The cannabis industry is growing explosively and is projected to be a $ 100 billion industry by 2030, but the opportunity is not evenly distributed,” said Jeffrey Sampson, CEO and founder of Everscore. “We’re using modern technology to bridge the fragmented supply chain and create a more collaborative, sustainable ecosystem while benefiting indigenous communities. Brands selling on Everscore now have a one-stop option for high quality offerings based on transparency. “
Nathan Hart, Minister of Agriculture for Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, said: “The core of our agricultural activities is the health of our soils. We believe in a relationship where we care for the soils, healthy soils produce healthy vegetation that produces healthy products for human consumption. We want our hemp program to help educate others from producers to processors to end users. This system of reciprocity is a core value that we very much respect. “
“Like many of our traditions, cultivation has been passed down from generation to generation,” said Roger Jock, representative of the Mohawk Bear clan. “NACA operates in the spirit of tribal alliances formed hundreds of years ago with the benefit of modern technology. We invite our fellow tribes to explore joining NACA in order to activate the next generation of indigenous farmers and ensure sovereignty for everyone. “
To learn more about NACA, please visit www.nativeamericancannabisalliance.com
About the Native American Cannabis Alliance
NACA is the first multinational sovereign alliance and the largest source of cannabis growing capacity in the world. We bridge the fragmented supply chain by creating a collaborative and sustainable ecosystem for the benefit of tribal communities by activating indigenous farmers and unused agricultural assets. NACA operates a network of campuses in Opportunity Zones that provide the transformative services indigenous farmers need to grow, process, manufacture, test, and sell high quality cannabis (THC, CBD and industrial hemp) to buyers worldwide on the Everscore cannabis marketplace.
Founded in 2019, Everscore is the first direct-to-consumer marketplace that connects curious consumers with the leading THC and CBD brands. Everscore’s platform provides a secure, familiar shopping experience that enables consumers to discover and experience cannabis products with the convenience of free two-day shipping or a fast home delivery service. Everscore believes in a more inclusive, equitable and collaborative cannabis industry and is the proud founder of the Native American Cannabis Alliance (NACA), the world’s largest source of cannabis growing capacity. More information is available at www.everscore.com
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