Pirate Farms is a NYS Minority owned cannabis brand located on Long Island. We are Company of State compliant mentees in pursuit of an Adult-Use Cultivation Licenses while working side by side with Our Mentors at NY Canna Farms.
As a lifelong activist, Our Owner/C.E.O. James Diaz has much anticipated having His team at the forefront of the birthing of New York States legal market. Immediately upon legalization We began to effortlessly turn this vision into a reality. Due to a delayed start by the State in appointing members to the board of the Office of Cannabis Management, We Launched an internet campaign to nominate and appoint James Diaz to lead the position and help ensure equity in this States industry by working as a liaison between the States Legal market and Legacy market. (Appointments were then latter made and he was not nominated for the position.)
Pirate Farms is a big proponent of the medicinal benefits of the cannabis plant. As such, it is Our intention to ensure that the most appropriate and high quality products reach the people that are the most in need. Over the years We have worked extensively in treating opioid addiction with cannabis and advocate for insurance coverage for addiction relief and for terminally ill Patients.
Pirate Farms intends to provide an entry way for all the Legacy brands that Patients and Adult Consumers have grown to love by generating relationships/partnerships between the States Conditional Cultivation and Processing license holders and Legacy brands to ensure regulated practices while bringing these brands to the shelves with safe and tested products. Pirate Farms vows to create true equity in the marketplace by giving Legacy and Social Equity brands a real opportunity to enter the States legal space.
Pirate Farms also aims to open an industrial hemp processing plant in New York State. Hemp is a carbon sink and has the ability to replace fossil fuels, with the gas prices soaring hemp can be processed into bio fuel to reduce gas prices significantly. Hemp plastic is a stronger more effective replacement for traditional plastic with a decomposition rate of 3-6 months in comparison to One thousand years. It can also be used as an additive to concrete and asphalt to prevent cracking and maintain durability to help rebuild our roads. Hempcrete is fire resistant, pest resistant, mold & mildew resistant and energy efficient. Hemp also has the ability completely replace cotton in the textile industry. Expanding the States hemp industry is a vital component in New York's leading role in the green movement. In this case whats good for the environment is also highly profitable for New York State and it's business owners.
Pirate Farms is the New York Cannabis Brand to watch. We have been positioning these pieces on the board for years and are now ready to enter the regulated legal market. A glimpse of Our plans highlight establishing infrastructure to focus on sustainability and clean net zero energy usage. Plans also include utilizing blockchain technology to create a crypto currency coin to purchase products via an online marketplace within State compliance. The United States has failed to act upon safe banking access in a timely fashion and have created unnecessary legal hurdles for members of the regulated cannabis industry. By providing means for safe banking and a platform for the State We plan to provide an equal opportunity to all the State cannabis brands and businesses while promoting equity at the same time. Pirate Farms also plans to create Non Fungible Tokens specifically designed for the cannabis industry. The NFT will allow Connoisseurs the ability to hold stake in their favorite strains through the use of smart contracts and give cultivators access to the funds necessary to create them. (White papers coming soon.)
Pirate Farms has plans to start in the New York legal cannabis market, then moving into the multi-state market, followed by the global market and aspires to one day grow food and cannabis in space.
If you are not following Pirate Farms NY Cannabis, then you are not following the future of this industry.