Mike Tyson is Building a 40-Acre Marijuana Resort

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The New Year means green for Mike Tyson, as he spearheads an effort to build the Tyson Ranch, a cutting-edge marijuana resort.

Cannabis tourists and enthusiasts around the world will have a new sanctuary. Following in the footsteps of Snoop Dogg, Mike Tyson is the next celebrity to become a “ganjapreneur.” The Tyson Ranch will offer a cutting-edge marijuana resort experience complete with on-site grows and production. The facility will also implement cutting-edge technology to advance the research on the health benefits of marijuana.

The resort will be located about 60 miles southwest of Death Valley National park. The remote desert area, now owned by Tyson and his partners, stretches across 40-acres. Tyson’s partners include city mayor Jennifer Wood, Robert Hickman, and Jay Strommen.

Hickman dubs the Tyson Ranch as an oasis in the desert. He goes on to say that the,

“Undeveloped lands are primed to be cultivated”

Features of the Marijuana Resort

The state of California will experience the true “green rush,” now that marijuana is legal to use recreationally. The Tyson Ranch will look to capitalize on these emerging opportunities by dedicating a portion of their facility to production. 20-acres of their land will be used for cultivation facilities. Along with offering a cultivation school to teach growers the trade, they say their facilities will,

“allow master growers to have maximum control of their environment.”

Tyson Ranch will feature: 

  • Hydro-feed plant and supply store
  • Extraction facility
  • Edible factory
  • Premium “glamping” campgrounds and cabins
  • Amphitheater

Tyson Goes Public with Support of Medical Marijuana

Tyson’s Ranch will also strive to improve the medical research and treatment of the plant. Tyson has been a long-time supporter of the benefits of CBD – a cannabis compound with no psychoactive properties. Studies have shown CBD can be an anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant, and antipsychotic agent.

The company is making it a clear goal to support the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

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Mock drawing of Tyson Ranch via The Blast
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