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Last Updated: 06/04/2021 12:45 pm
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IMAGES COURTESY OF CANNA PROVISIONS
  • Images courtesy of Canna Provisions

If you’re a longtime canna-connoisseur, you definitely know who Greg “Chemdog” Krzanowski is. If you’re one of the many who are just now dipping their toes into the culture as cannabis legalization sweeps the nation, you’ll want to get acquainted with the living legend—and fast.

Greg “Chemdog” Krzanowski - IMAGES COURTESY OF CANNA PROVISIONS
  • Images courtesy of Canna Provisions
  • Greg “Chemdog” Krzanowski

Long referred to as the “Father of Kind Bud,” Chemdog is a pioneer of the modern cannabis movement. He’s most known for his eponymous Chem Dog strain, which he cultivated over 30 years ago in his native Western Massachusetts. What’s more—Chem Dog is said to be the parent strain of mega-popular varieties like Sour Diesel, OG Kush, and countless others.

Canna Provisions in Lee, Massachusetts - IMAGES COURTESY OF CANNA PROVISIONS
  • Images courtesy of Canna Provisions
  • Canna Provisions in Lee, Massachusetts

So why all the commotion? Chemdog has recently entered the legal recreational industry in his native Berkshires as the Director of Cultivation at Canna Provisions, a Massachusetts-based cultivator with dispensary locations in Lee and Holyoke co-founded by industry veterans Erik Williams and Meg Sanders.

Smash Hits Chem Select flower
  • Smash Hits Chem Select flower

And this summer, you can get your hands on his first ever legal line of grower-selected, exotic genetics and masterfully grown craft cannabis, Smash Hits, exclusively at Canna Provisions. On top of that, fresh lines of Chemdog’s most popular strains, including Chem D and the original 30-year-old cut of Chem 91, are headed their way to Canna Provision’s stores in flower and pre-roll forms, care of its Berkshires-based cultivation facilities.

If all this talk has you hyped up for that good-good coming out of the Berkshires, then head over to Canna Provisions in Lee or Holyoke to get in on the legend’s work for yourself.


For more info, visit Cannaprovisionsgroup.com.

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