Zenbarn Farms expands by buying cannabis facilities

Zenbarn Farms expands by buying cannabis facilities
Zenbarn Farms co-owners Noah Fishman and Marlena Tucker-Fishman in one of two greenhouses in the new cultivation facility acquired from Curaleaf. Photo by Gordon Miller

Zenbarn Farms expands by buying cannabis dispenaries, cultivation & manufacturing facilities.

Noah Fishman and Marlena Tucker-Fishman, co-owners of Zenbarn Farms, a cannabis company in Waterbury, hope that Waterbury may soon be as well known for its cannabis as it is for its craft beer.

The couple has taken a step towards that vision in signing an agreement to purchase the Vermont assets of Curaleaf Holdings Inc., an international cannabis company based in New York City. Included in the acquisition is Vermont Patients Alliance (VPA), a medical and recreational Cannabis dispensary in Montpelier; Phytocare Vermont, a medical dispensary in Bennington; and a cultivation and manufacturing facility in Middlesex.

The move brings together some of Vermont’s longest-standing cannabis ventures. Zenbarn opened in 2016, becoming the first restaurant in Vermont to serve CBD-infused food and beverages and host cannabis-themed events. Zenbarn Farms began in 2020 with a line of CBD products using hemp grown on the Fishman’s family farm in Waterbury. In October 2022, Zenbarn Farms became Waterbury’s first licensed cannabis retailer

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