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T H E P EO P L E Everyone takes care of one another at the Tree House Collective. The employees rotate between working the front desk and checking people in, or budtending in the back. Co-Owners Nate Roszina and Justin Baker started their shop three years ago, and are still invested in every aspect of their business. On any given day, you will find one of them greeting customers as they walk in and happily budtending a customized hands-on experience. Their friendly employees offer a welcoming vibe and are dedicated to not just selling product, but getting to know their loyal, repeat customers.

“UPON ENTERING THE DISPENSARY YOU’LL FIND YOURSELF IN A WAITING ROOM WITH COMFY COUCHES, MUSIC PLAYING AND SMILING BUDTENDERS WHO SEEM TO KNOW EVERY CUSTOMER THAT WALKS IN BY NAME.”

T H E P RO D U CT The shop divides products into two sections. Medical is located within an intimate space while Recreational occupies a larger room. The Recreational space has an abundance of glassware on display by Mike Luna, Big Z and Cowboy among others. And if you can imagine it, they have it; ice cream, soda, edibles of all kinds, oils, concentrates and flower. They are also the only shop featuring Eastwood Gardens’ flower and oil. When asked for a recommendation for Thanksgiving, Nate suggested Echo Electuary Honey Sticks or Ginger Chews—which will calm the nerves of your cooking chaos, while leaving you able to focus on not burning that turkey in the oven!

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