Native American, Retail, Opening, Cannabis, Economics


Partnership with Tribal Cannabis Consultants revitalizing Walker Point Tribe


February 16, 2021; Reno, NV – The Walker River tribe expands its cannabis operations on Feb. 20th with the opening of its first dispensary. Working with Tribal Cannabis Consultants, the Tumatzekwae Nobe (Green House) Dispensary will offer an array of cannabis products and is open to anyone with a medical marijuana card.

With gambling legal in Nevada, Native American tribes have found a better competitive foothold and economic driver in the cannabis industry. Tribal Cannabis Consultants have worked with the tribe for four years and initially established a grow facility for Walker Point.

“As the largest land mass tribe in Nevada we opened the grow facility first here rather than a dispensary,” said Cassandra Dittus, co-founder of Tribal Cannabis Consultants.

The Walker Point tribe produces their own line of cannabis products, including a soon to launch cartridge product. All of its products, along with those from other tribes like the Lovelock, Ely and Yerington will be available in the new dispensary.

The dispensary is expected to employ 10 community members and the tax revenue generated will bolster the economy of the tribe. According to Dittus other tribes who they have helped open a dispensary see tax revenues over the years in the six figure range.

The new dispensary is located at 4085 U.S. Hwy 95 South, Shurz, NV, 89427. For more information, visit

For more information on Tribal Cannabis Consultants please contact me at


About Tribal Cannabis Consulting:
Tribal Cannabis Consulting was founded in Nevada in 2015. The agency provides quality solutions to native and non-native businesses to start or further their existence in the marijuana industry by providing a full spectrum of services, from capital investments and funding development strategies, to consultations and complete development partnerships. The company’s team of expert consultants include former industry owners and operators from throughout the United States that understand the unique challenges marijuana businesses on tribal lands face today. For more information, visit

Tribal Cannabis Consulting Contact:
Cassandra Dittus, Co-Founder & President,

Media Contact:
Dena Roché – 602.859.0190

Published On: February 16th, 2021 / Categories: Press Releases / Tags: , , , , , , /