The Columbian / Associated Press

More than $2 million in pot sold by county shops in February

Clark County’s pot shops sold more than $2 million worth of marijuana in February.

New Vansterdam and Main Street Marijuana remain two of the top three stores in the state for sales and were responsible for the bulk of those profits in the county.

The total sales from all five operating stores in Clark County was $2,133,528. Total sales from all (115 or so approved) Washington I-502 stores for February was $15,523,958.55.

Clark County’s grower-processors together had $160,907 worth of sales for February. The county’s biggest grower-processors in terms of sales are Fairwinds Manufacturing, Cedar Creek Cannabis and Agrijuana. CannaMan Farms, the county’s first grower-processor, also had a good sales uptick in February. Total sales for all (375 or so approved) grower-processors in the state was $6,530,351.

Source: The Columbian / Associated Press