Here is an update on an Aquaponics Canabis producer we have written about in the past.
PUSLINCH, ON, Nov. 27, 2017 /CNW/ - Green Relief, a licensed producer under Health Canada's Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), has officially unveiled their company-wide rebrand, which also includes social media platforms as well as their website.
Green Relief was founded in 2013 by Warren Bravo, Lyn Bravo, and Steve LeBlanc on the principles of sustainability, social responsibility, and research, something that is reflected heavily in Green Relief's new brand image.
"Rebranding our company was a very personal decision," said Green Relief CEO Warren Bravo. "With legalization looming, it was imperative that our image better reflected our unwavering commitment to cannabis as medicine while simultaneously highlighting our passion for sustainability."
Green Relief wants to ensure that people are not only aware of the quality, consistency and safety of their medical cannabis but also the importance of giving back to the community and taking care of our planet.
The new concept visually combines the seven veins of the cannabis leaf, enclosed in a geometric interpretation of a water drop. The bright green is an ode to growth, vibrancy and health, while the darker blue-green grounds the identity system and is symbolic of the relationship between water and plant growth. The stylized water drop to represent Green Relief's unique aquaponic growing method. The fusion of the two visual symbols pays homage to Green Relief as the only grower of its kind.
Green Relief is the only medical cannabis provider in the world that's producing by way of aquaponics, where fish and plants grow in a natural ecosystem environment that uses 90% less water than conventional agriculture. It is considered to be the most innovative and sustainable form of agriculture. Green Relief raises tilapia in their aquaponics system and they are fed organic high quality feed resulting in an excellent source of lean, healthy animal protein for consumption. Under their current setup, Green Relief donates anywhere from 300-340 fish every four weeks to local shelters, once the fish reach market weight.
Green Relief works tirelessly to carry out one important mission: helping their patients improve their quality of life. They are also striving to further the science of medical cannabis through research and using cannabis to advance sustainable agriculture around the world.
To check out Green Relief's brand new website, visit www.greenrelief.ca. You can also visit them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GreenReliefLP.