Alaskan Leaf is an Anchorage recreational marijuana dispensary providing recreational cannabis products and education. The founder of Alaskan Leaf served as a caregiver in the Alaska cannabis field for his family and friends and witnessed firsthand how medical cannabis could positively aid cancer patients and people with other medical conditions. He wanted to introduce the medicinal value of marijuana to people beyond his caregiver circle, to enable Anchorage residents and visitors to access high-quality marijuana products easily. He decided to establish Alaskan Leaf as a vertically integrated cultivation and recreational marijuana dispensary organization, and after years of working to build his retail store, the founder is proud to open Alaskan Leaf, one of the first recreational marijuana dispensaries in Anchorage, in late 2016/early 2017. With a focus on high CBD and high-Indica strains, Alaskan Leaf recreational marijuana dispensary is committed to providing top-quality in-house flowers in addition to a selection of edibles, concentrates and topicals from the emerging cannabis industry in Alaska. The founder and his team are excited to provide friendly and welcoming customer service, happy to educate visitors on all aspects of marijuana strains and consumption methods. Pairing low-cost prices with an excellent product, Alaskan Leaf looks forward to serving the Anchorage community.
Alaskan Leaf operates its Anchorage, Alaska marijuana dispensary retail storefront right off the Walter J. Hickel Parkway on 36th Avenue. Alaskan Leaf’s dispensary team is proud to offer exceptional cannabis products to the communities of Anchorage, Beluga, Tyonek, Point MacKenzie, Big Lake, Houston, Willow, Meadow Lakes, Wasilla, Fishhook, Palmer, Sutton-Alpine, Alyeska, Whittier, Portage, Sunrise and Hope, as well as the greater Cook Inlet region.
Based in the southern-central section of the Alaska’s landmass on the Cook Inlet, Anchorage is the state’s most populous and largest city. Its northern side lies on the lower slopes of the Chugach Mountains while to the south is the large Turnagain Arm, famous for its high tides. Anchorage’s city limits extend into Chugach State Park. The Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is a large center for cargo traffic, while the Port of Anchorage receives over 90% of Alaska’s goods. The Elmendorf Air Force Base and Fort Richardson both call Anchorage home, while the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, the Alaska Native Heritage Center, the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum and the Imaginarium Science Discovery Center provide visitors and residents hours of entertainment and cultural displays. Whether visiting the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race or wandering through Far North Bicentennial Park, Alaskan Leaf looks forward to satisfying its customers.