The Verb is Herb in Easthampton is Planning to Open in the Spring of 2019! Stay tuned for more information as it is available.
As the cannabis industry becomes increasingly flooded with corporate interests, The Verb is Herb Easthampton marijuana dispensary distinguishes itself from the competition as a self proclaimed “mom and pop” dispensary. Instead of following the traditional business model of producing the product they sell, owner William Hartley believes sourcing from various cultivators will provide flexibility for his operation as well as a comprehensive and competitively priced inventory for consumers. You can stop by for a quick visit or an extended stay. A convenient design ensures customers who want to grab something in a hurry and those who want to relax and enjoy while browsing won’t get in each other’s way.
Business partners William Hartley and William Chaission are committed to serving quality whole bud flower, and cannabis infused products while upholding the integrity of the law and the community in which they operate. Customers scan their photo ID’s upon entering the door to prove their age and ID. The premises also utilizes 16 cameras in addition to their staff to keep an eye on door access and other potential issues. All to provide a safe environment for you to browse and select from some of the best herbal products in the greater Easthampton area.
You may be asking yourself, “What’s up with the name?” When asked, Hartley told reporters at the Daily Hampshire Gazette he had heard the phrase as a young person in his hometown of Hartford, Connecticut. He continued, “It’s makes the herb an action and more than just a noun. […] and we all know what the herb is.”
The next time you’re in Hampshire County check out The Verb is Herb for a unique selection of cannabis products while supporting a small local business in Massachusetts.
Convenient access from I-91 and serving the communities of Westhampton, Southamapton, Northampton, South Hadley, Hadley, Amherst, Granby, Holyoke, Chicopee, Springfield, Worthington, Huntington, Russell, Blanford, Cummington, Plainfield, Ashfield, Goshen, Williamsburg, Deerfield, and Leverett, Massachusetts.
Nestled amongst the five-colleges community and just 23 minuets from the UMass Amherst campus.
Only a 26 minute drive from Connecticut, 42 minutes from Vermont, and 1 hour and 7 minutes from New York.