Old Lady Clippers: Alberta seniors keep bud beautiful at licensed cannabis producer

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Under a towering canopy of cannabis plants, five silver-haired women peer through the foliage, carefully snipping away any brown or tattered leaves. They call themselves the Old Lady Clippers. Up to three times a week, the seniors head down a gravel road near Peers, Alta., to Acreage Pharms, the province’s second-largest licensed producer of medicinal cannabis.  There, they zip white protective suits over their matching pink T-shirts, slip on blue caps, step into Crocs and get to work. Their job is to keep the plants healthy and make the bud look beautiful. Linda Moman never thought she would be spending her golden years elbow deep in the green. “My son says, ‘I’m never eating your brownies again,’ and my daughter-in-law calls me a pot farmer. Old Lady Clippers: Alberta seniors keep bud beautiful at licensed cannabis producer

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