Carver Family Farm granted its first micromanufacturing license in Albuquerque


“I’m an entrepreneur, so you shouldn’t get into something like this without understanding the risks,” says Andrew.

The couple have lived in New Mexico for more than a decade, but before that, they grew up on the East Coast.

“I grew up in a world where all drugs are bad and will destroy your life and our government is working against this,” Erika said. “My father quit the CIA when I was in my sophomore year of high school, I don’t know what he did before that. And most of all, he was the anti-government in the CIA.”

Late in life, Erika found medical marijuana.

“Because I got PTSD from a sexual assault, and that’s what worked for me,” says Erika.

Now Erika and her husband are trying to help others – the way they’ve been helped. Their perception of crops has changed. They are expected to open for business in April 2022.

“Letting this plant change their lives for the better, that is absolutely one of our goals,” says Erika.

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