Dried cannabis flowers can be seen in the background as Karl St. John, director of cultivation, weighs and catalogues the plants before they are made into various products at the new Trade Roots in Wareham.

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A cannabis plant grows at the new Trade Roots in Wareham, which is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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Director of cultivation Karl St. John inspects, weighs and catalogues the dried cannabis plants ready for manufacture at the new Trade Roots in Wareham, which is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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Detail photo of the flower of a cannabis plant being grown at the new Trade Roots in Wareham, which is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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Co-owner Carl Giannone lifts the screens to the windows that display the cannabis flower room as seen from the retail show floor at the new Trade Roots in Wareham.

CarlAdjustingRetailCultivationWindowBlindsTrade Roots co-owners Jesse Pitts and Carl Giannone enjoy a light moment standing in front of the glass displaying the numerous cannabis plants growing at the new facility in Wareham. Trade Roots is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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A grower walks past the vast number of cannabis plants being cultivated at the new Trade Roots in Wareham.

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Jesse Pitts, co-owner of Trade Roots, looks at the room where cannabis is being cultivated at the Wareham facility. Trade Roots is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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Director of cultivation Karl St. John inspects, weighs, and catalogues the dried cannabis plants ready for manufacture of various products at the new Trade Roots in Wareham.

Co-owners Jesse Pitts and Carl Giannone standing in front of the glass displaying the numerous cannabis plants growing at the new Trade Roots in Wareham.

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Adam Pitts hangs freshly harvested cannabis plants on a rack to dry at the new Trade Roots in Wareham, which is the first Social Equity Program participant in the state with licenses for retail, cultivation, and manufacturing.

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Trade Roots co-owners Jesse Pitts, left, and Carl Giannone stand in front of the sign outside of the Wareham cannabis facility.

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Source: https://www.southcoasttoday.com/picture-gallery/business/2022/01/28/wareham-ma-new-weed-store-trade-roots/9229719002/