“My role as CEO was to bring together the best in the industry to build a facility that is compliant, automated, environmentally responsible and keeps track of each and every one of the 40 million plants we grow each year,” said John Stockwell, Chief Executive Officer of the Bright Green Group.
“This project is a tremendous opportunity for investors and researchers who want to be leaders in the medicinal plant industry.”
“This is a global project for our reservation that will increase quality of life for tribal members,” said Chris Ahmie, Business Development Officer for Acoma Business Enterprises.
“In addition to building the greenhouse, which is the core of the project, Bright Green is helping us build gas and electric utilities on the reservation for the very first time in our tribe’s history, and helping improve our water infrastructure.”
“We are creating jobs for the 21st century, not minimum wage jobs,” said John Stockwell, Chief Executive Officer of the Bright Green Group.
“Bright Green is committed to being a good corporate citizen and providing jobs that enable people to sustain a family, live on the Acoma and enjoy life in New Mexico.”
“Our business model is strictly focused on legal plants that have medicinal value,” said John Stockwell, Chief Executive Officer of the Bright Green Group.
“We will research and develop the plants, grow them in our carefully monitored facility, and then extract high quality oil suitable for use in any product to benefit humans or animals. As the laws change and the business develops, we will be in a position to change our crops.”
“Currently we have an affiliation with New Mexico State University, the University of New Mexico and the University of Guelph in Canada,” said Lynn Stockwell, Majority Shareholder of Bright Green.
“We welcome anyone interested in research or investment to contact us.”