BLACK MAGIC 1G
High Altitude (the trade name for CPNL) is a Tier 2 farm based out of South Seattle.
The company focuses on high quality products and signature strains, including The Truth and Black Magic, both of which were developed by High Altitude’s growers.
The company has three owners, all of whom began in the medical marijuana market as dispensary and collective garden growers and operators, said Lori Lizotte, the farm’s general manager.
“Seattle Alternative Medicine was one of our owners’ prior businesses, and the other two had collective gardens,” Lizotte said. “All three owners have had very deep roots in medical for a long time.”
Lizotte, who runs the farm but isn’t one of the owners, joined the team after 25 years in sales in the national corporate world.
“Before I-502 I funded some of the collective gardens as an investor,” Lizotte said. “When they decided to go into the recreational market, they asked me to get involved because of my business background.”
The company is a member of the Washington Cannabuisness Association, and Lizotte has testified to the state Legislature about Washington cannabis bills and legalization efforts.
In the coming months, High Altitude also plans to introduce a line of specially-branded marijuana cigarettes and a line of oils and concentrates.