The Nugget

Go Mountain Biking With Some Good Buds

Spring in Colorado can be muddy and wet, so we recommend that you head west on I-70 and enjoy all the dry desert fun western Colorado has to offer. If you live in Denver or the front range of Colorado you just got slammed by a huge spring snowstorm. When this happens, you lose all chances to get outside and enjoy the wonderful singletrack bike trails that Colorado is famous for. So this is when you put out a text to your best buddies and dust off the bike and camping equipment and head west on I-70 to either Fruita or Moab. These desert trail wonderlands will offer you warmer temperatures and dry hard-packed trails to rip up on your mountain bike.

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit Our New Parachute Dispensary

Last month, the Green Joint opened our second recreational marijuana dispensary and our fourth store total – we now have locations in Glenwood Springs, Rifle, and our newest addition in Parachute, CO. Parachute is a small town on the Western Slope of Colorado, halfway between Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs. The population of this small community is just shy of 1,100 hardworking and friendly folks. The Green Joint is proud to be the first dispensary in Parachute, and we look forward to serving the people of Parachute, Battlement Mesa, Grand Junction, and DeBeque, as well as residents of nearby towns and those traveling east or west along I-70!

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The Green Joint featured on the CBS news in Grand Junction

What a great spot on the CBS news last month! Our new location in Parachute was the first story of the night and featured the cutting of our ribbon with a ton of support from the Parachute town management and board of trustees. The members of the board were extremely excited to check out our new operation and are looking forward to seeing an influx of people traveling to Parachute. We absolutely love the local Parachute/Grand Junction community and we look forward to providing them with the best cannabis products and customer service on the Western Slope.

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