Nexus Greenhouses to Host Two Missouri Cannabis Seminars

Nexus Greenhouses, a leader in the greenhouse design, engineering and systems integration, will be hosting two one-day seminars in Missouri. The first will take place in Kansas City on April 2nd, and the second in St. Louis on April 4th.

Seminars will take place in Kansas City on April 2 and St. Louis on April 4. The events will emphasize cultivation best practices, facility design, navigating the regulatory process, cannabis business management and more.

The events feature a mix of experts from from Nexus and Wadsworth, a controls vendor for greenhouses.

Guest speakers include:

Joe Wright, Former Director, Illinois Medical Cannabis Program
Dusty Shroyer, CEO of Revolution Cannabis
Anthony Brach, Director of Operations, Photo-Science Management Group
With a content-driven format, attendees will receive practical information to move forward with their greenhouse business and regulatory plans. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with local cannabis and hemp license applicants.
Over the past two years, Nexus has hosted successful cannabis cultivation and business planning seminars in Michigan, Northern and Southern California, and Rhode Island.

About Nexus:
Nexus Greenhouse Systems is a greenhouse manufacturing and design company based near Denver, CO. The company has been a greenhouse industry leader since 1967. To date, Nexus has developed over 135 projects with 1.8 million sq. ft. in 19 U.S. states plus Canada.

For more information, contact Nexus: 720.330.0830, info(at)nexuscann(dot)com or visit

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