November 4, 2019 / John Nelson / The Spokesman Review

What is it about Whatcom County Cannabis?

While King County leads Washington state in gross sales of cannabis products, thanks to its marketplace of 2 million people, Whatcom County has the most retailers and producers per capita in the state.

“The density of cannabis stores in Bellingham is pretty crazy,” said Josilyn Peterson, store manager of Trove Cannabis and Coffee.

“There’s a lot of fierce competition here,” agreed Quinn Sharpe, owner of Satori in downtown Bellingham. Satori, which started in Spokane, now has Western Washington shops in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood and Bellingham.

Trove Cannabis Bellingham

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