Greg Seybert, head farmer at marijuana grower Synergy Farms in Carver, Ore., inspects a marijuana plant with his girlfriend, Samantha Aune in Salem, Ore., on Saturday, Aug. 13. In a sign of how mainstream the once-illicit marijuana industry is becoming in Oregon, one of four states to have legalized it, exhibitors are heading to the state capital to set up for the inaugural Oregon Cannabis Grower's Fair running through the weekend.
Greg Seybert, head farmer at marijuana grower Synergy Farms in Carver, Ore., inspects a marijuana plant with his girlfriend, Samantha Aune in Salem, Ore., on Saturday, Aug. 13. In a sign of how mainstream the once-illicit marijuana industry is becoming in Oregon, one of four states to have legalized it, exhibitors are heading to the state capital to set up for the inaugural Oregon Cannabis Grower's Fair running through the weekend. Gillian Flaccus AP
Greg Seybert, head farmer at marijuana grower Synergy Farms in Carver, Ore., inspects a marijuana plant with his girlfriend, Samantha Aune in Salem, Ore., on Saturday, Aug. 13. In a sign of how mainstream the once-illicit marijuana industry is becoming in Oregon, one of four states to have legalized it, exhibitors are heading to the state capital to set up for the inaugural Oregon Cannabis Grower's Fair running through the weekend. Gillian Flaccus AP

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