We’re proud to be the #1 dispensary on the Oregon Leafly List for Summer and Winter 2017, and Spring 2018! We are an OLCC Licensed cannabis dispensary in Beaverton with the highest grade cannabis products. In addition to flower, edibles, topicals, and extracts, we also have a great selection of glass, grinders, papers and all the accessories any smoker could need!
We have a wide variety of sativa, indica and hybrid flowers, plus pre-rolls, accessories and medical solutions. In other words, The Green Mart has pretty much everything you need to enjoy high quality cannabis in the comfort of your home.
- We accept Credit/Debit cards with a minimum purchase of $15.
- We offer veterans, senior, and medical discounts!
- We are dog friendly!
- We are located next to Plaid Pantry on Walker Rd; Right across the street from Sunset Lanes & Roxy’s Island Grill!
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*Green Mart would like to remind our customers to always keep cannabis products out of the reach of children, and to never operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of cannabis
8621 SW Canyon Dr, Portland, OR 97225
Welcome to Stone Age Farmacy PDX, an OLCC licensed medical/recreational marijuana dispensary serving Beaverton and surrounding communities in the Portland area. Located just minutes from downtown Portland, we offer a fresh variety of strains and products to fit any budget. Our products include reserve strains, wax, concentrates, tinctures, edibles, vape cartridges, topicals, and accessories. Let our friendly and knowledgeable staff help you to find the best item to fit your needs. We offer multiple specials among many other reasons to come by and check us out!! We always guarantee service with a smile!
Marijuana petitioners face off against looming summer deadline
“It’s kind of a crazy process,” said Medina, who operates A Better Way Medicinal Alternatives in Klamath Falls. “We didn’t know you had to have the 1,784 on your first turn-in.”
Medina said he and others expect at least 50 to 55 percent of the signatures they collect to be valid once they turn them in. That means he and others would need at least another 1,000 signatures to be verified by the state before the July 15 deadline.