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Arizona: Apache Nation Moving Forward With Indoor Medical Marijuana Grow Facility

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Anything Technologies Media, Inc. on Wednesday announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Frontier Indoor Garden Solutions, has been named the equipment and services supplier for a large indoor medical marijuana facility project for the Yavapai-Apache Nation in Arizona.

The project, originated by My Compassion through its educational and scientific research focus, will be funded and designed by My Compassion's Government Contractor Teaming Partner.

FIGS will supply all the equipment and infrastructure required to operate the facility, including all environmental controls, lighting, cultivation equipment, nutrients, consulting services, and processing equipment.

FIGS will utilize the members of its group, the Cannabis Facility Development Consortium (CFDC), to provide products and services for the project. The project is expected to gross more than $3 million for the company with continued consumable sales to the facility of more than $800,000.00 annually.

Construction is expected to begin in October 2015.

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Alaska: Horticultural Supplier Named For Tribal Medical Marijuana Grow Facility

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Anything Technologies Media, Inc. on Thursday announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Frontier Indoor Garden Solutions (FIGS), has been announced as both the horticultural supplier and the project manager for a My Compassion originated medical cannabis facility project with a Native American Group located in Alaska.

The project will be funded through My Compassion by one of its finance Teaming Partners. "The first phase of the project, is a comprehensive on-site assessment, and determines the human, physical, and natural resources available from the Tribe(s), as well as the needs and requirements of the Tribal Community Members, is set to begin in August of this year," the company announced in a prepared statement.

The My Compassion program includes a comprehensive educational program as well as pre-approval from Federal law enforcement, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and state and local government authorities, according to the press release.

As project manager and horticultural supplier, FIGS will utilize the members of its group, the Cannabis Facility Development Consortium (CFDC), to provide products and services to the project.

The value of these products and services for the grow facility are expected to exceed several million dollars of gross revenue for the company, according to the press release.

"More detailed revenue projections are dependent on the results of the on-site assessment and will be available upon conclusion," according to the company.

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