Entrepreneur finds niche in marijuana processing
Trimcamp officials have high hopes for servicing the needs of the legal marijuana processing market.
Jai Armstrong, a 2009 graduate of Ashland High School in southern Oregon, has come up with what he says is a million dollar idea, one that makes marijuana harvest a lot easier and more dependable and one that appears to be on track for hiring scores of local young people.
It’s called “Trimcamp,” after the camps of “trimigrants” — young folk who traveled around making very good money separating desirable leaves and bud from stems. However, trimmers weren’t that dependable, made a mess and slept all over farmers’ property, says Armstrong.
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