Medical marijuana may only be in its early stages in Miami, but one resident has already outlined a plan to give the city its first school for the growth and sale of our lady Jane.
The Miami New Times reports that Jeremy Bufford, the founder of Medical Marijuana Tampa, is planning to open the first ever school in South Florida to teach weed entrepreneurship.
Students will pay $499 for a month’s worth of classes, which will either take place four days a week or during the weekend for much longer hours.
After graduation, students of Medical Marijuana Miami will be given legal permission to grow weed for a maximum of five patients each.
They can grow extra weed but it’ll have to go elsewhere, most likely back to the school.
Bufford says that caregivers have the potential to earn as much as $100,000 but warns that this school will be just as taxing as any other serious entrepreneurship institution.
“We issue grades, we have homework, and you’ve gotta put some effort into this,” Bufford says, according to the Miami New Times.