Western Sierra Resource Corporation (WSRA), formerly Western Sierra Mining Corporation, is pleased to announce its fall hemp harvest. The drying and curing of the hemp, CO2 full spectrum CBD oil and terpene extraction, processing, testing, and product development are also underway! Meetings with national distribution partners/networks at Palisade, Colorado, this week signal a big year ahead for the company.
In addition, the company is proud to announce the appointment of Judith Olesen as VP of Marketing and Product Development. As principal and founder of Judith Olesen Consulting Services in 1991, Judith has a stellar history of hands-on experience with more than 30 nonprofit organizations in and around Aspen, Colorado. A major focus of her work has been coordinating and directing multi-million capital campaigns for construction and renovation of nonprofit facilities and acquisition and protection of conservation lands.
Concurrent with her consulting career, Judith has for 15 years developed the marketing strategies for Colorado Mountain Jam and Plum Daisy Kitchen. These companies have received national and international acclaim for their organic food products that are distributed in luxury hotels, restaurants, and natural food retailers under private label as well as under Plum Daisy and Colorado Mountain Jam labels.
Western Sierra is also excited to be able to apply Judith’s extensive background, knowledge, and expertise to developing and manufacturing the highest quality CBD-infused products. Judith’s experience in nutrition and naturopathic approaches to producing bioavailable formulations is a perfect fit to develop and market Western Sierra’s full spectrum CBD-infused products for distribution through a growing number of national networks. These networks will be described in upcoming releases…along with videos of Western Sierra’s fall harvest.
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