Liberty Health Services Inc., a medical marijuana cultivator in Alachua, Florida, reports it did not suffer any structural damage during Hurricane Irma. The company is donating 10-percent of its revenue to the Red Cross.
No plants, inventory or production processes were harmed following Irma, according to Newswire. Deliveries to Florida patients will resume as soon as it is safe to do so. The company is in full operation.
CEO of Liberty, George Scorsis, said, “Our hearts go out to all those affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma and we are committed to providing support to ensure that local residents, including our employees, stay safe. Also, Liberty is proud to be a positive force in the community and to help with the relief efforts across the State of Florida, we are committing to contributing 10-percent of revenues for two months to support the incredible relief efforts being undertaken by the Red Cross. “
In Alachua, Liberty’s plans for expansion will continue as planned. The expansion will help increase production to just over 6,100 pounds by January 2018.