American Cannabis Partners Committed to Sustainable Business Practices

February 9, 2022 13:06:40
  • Top companies recognize the “massive opportunity of sustainability”
  • Consumers are becoming increasingly aware and supportive of companies working to make a difference
  • ACP follows an organic cultivation model that includes the implementation of sustainable operating practices

Sustainability is a growing concern — and priority — for businesses in today’s environment-conscious and energy-aware world, and smart companies, including American Cannabis Partners (“ACP”), are committed to doing their part. A multistate cannabis company, ACP is committed to operating its business with a positive impact on the environment, employees and customer experience.

“Companies at the top of their industries recognize the massive opportunity of sustainability — and the opportunity cost of letting this chance slip by,” reported a recent Forbes article ( “The U.S. government under President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement, while the EU continues to put pressure on its members to head toward carbon neutrality. For startups and enterprise leaders alike, the time to embrace sustainability has arrived.”

The advantages of sustainability are twofold: making a positive impact on the environment, and connecting with consumers who are becoming increasingly aware and supportive of companies working to make a difference. “Over the last five years, consumers have exhibited a strong shift in preferences for more sustainable products,” Forbes reported. “They want companies to use more recycled materials, move away from fossil fuels and reconsider their roles as stewards of the resources they use. Everyone, from food producers to technology companies, is subject to this scrutiny.”

The sustainability trend has permeated all sectors, including cannabis. ACP follows an organic cultivation model that includes implementing sustainable operating practices designed to reduce the company’s environmental footprint and increase its social responsibility. “A comprehensive approach is taken to maximize impacts on our operations,” the company states. “Use of local purchasing and employment, environment-friendly products, energy and water conservation efforts, and a waste-management program have increased our ‘triple bottom line,’ positively impacting people, planet, and profit” (

ACP’s commitment to doing what is environmentally right is only one aspect of what sets it apart. A fully licensed, large-scale and 100% organic cannabis cultivation company, ACP is strategically positioning itself in four sectors of the cannabis space: real estate, cultivation, medical research and nonprofit groups. American Cannabis Partners supplies multiple forms of raw product at wholesale prices for manufacturing, distribution and retail licensees in both the medical and recreational markets. Its commodity pricing model enables stable profit margins for customers, aiding the company’s expansion into multiple states. 

The company is currently operating in two states — California and Michigan — with a total of 12 cannabis licenses, including 20,000 square feet of cultivation licenses in California and 540,000 square feet of cultivation licenses along with a retail license in Michigan. 

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