June 25, 2021
PR Newswire
Former Grassroots Cannabis Co-Founder and CEO of Big Plan Holdings Rejoins Cannabis Industry with New Operations in the Northeast

Joshua Joseph, one of the former Co-Founders of Grassroots Cannabis - which sold to Curaleaf for $850 million in July 2020 - has officially returned to the cannabis industry. Joseph, along with a partner, recently entered the Maine cannabis market with an investment made to Silver Therapeutics of Maine which includes three dispensaries and one grow and processing facility. They anticipate the openings of the three dispensaries in 2021 and are on the search for a state allowed fourth dispensary location.

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