Our FAMILY is committed to providing our customers with a Higher Experience.
A safe, clean and friendly atmosphere with the most knowledgeable staff in the
industry. We offer the largest selection of the highest quality cannabis products from the best brands available. We leverage our vendor relationships through volume purchasing to assure our customers always get the best value.
Our pricing strategy is simple, no surprises at the register.
We are here to give you "A Higher Experience."
We would like to extend our services to any local bar or restaurant in the 805 community.
- Skunk Crew
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Part Time & Full Time
Since Skunkmasters opened its doors in January 2018 at 2675 N. Ventura Road, Ste. 103 – 104, the local resident, family-owned and -operated cannabis dispensary has been committed to helping the Ventura County Community.
Through Port Hueneme’s law enforcement, Skunkmasters donated $22,000 to a local homeless shelter. The gift purchased 100 beds, pillows, storage and bike racks, pet supplies and lunches for guests.
Freedom 1st Association is supporting the club with a pledge to donate $250,000 toward revitalizing their Port Hueneme clubhouse.
This pledge, to be paid over five years, will allow the Boys & Girls Clubs to make major investments in infrastructure and construct a new STEAM Innovation Center — the acronym stands for science, technology, engineering, agriculture and math — at the Port Hueneme location. The STEAM Center will be named Freedom 1ST Steam Center.
On May 1, opened a new 4,000-square-foot facility. When the team opened its first store two years ago, they had a vision: to give customers the best possible retail cannabis experience. That meant creating a culture that was welcoming to all and stocking the shop with sought-after products at affordable prices.
This year, Skunkmasters provided $13,000 for the Fourth of July fireworks display through Channel Islands Harbor Lessees Association, a private, nonprofit organization created to “bolster the prosperity of the business community at the harbor.”
Raising over $6,700 towards the CARL organization. Alongside Kelly's Lot, BellaPosh, Pet Sailor & Friends, The Gourmet District & Seaward Brewing. C.A.R.L. is located in Ventura County, California and primarily serves Ventura County dogs. Canine Adoption and Rescue League (C.A.R.L.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit all breed, no-kill dog rescue and adoption organization has rescued and placed thousands of unwanted, sick, abandoned, and homeless dogs.
THANK YOU Cheech & Chong for making SkunkMasters your 805 SHOP!
Recap on the Celebrity Visits! Photo Album SOON.
Share the special memories from 4/20!
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The Last Prisoner Project was founded in 2019 out of the belief that no one should remain incarcerated for cannabis offenses. We brought together a team of cannabis industry leaders, criminal and social justice advocates, policy and education experts, and leaders in social justice and drug policy reform to work to end this fundamental injustice. We are committed to freeing every last prisoner of the unjust war on drugs, starting with the estimated 40,000 individuals imprisoned for cannabis.
SkunkMasters participates in Roll It Up For Justice Program, a nationwide campaign encouraging cannabis business to give customers the opportunity to donate to Last Prisoner Project at check out. Small change can make a big impact, and every cent raised through the program gets us closer to the day when every last cannabis prisoner is set free.
Anyone fortunate enough to be profiting off of this industry has a moral obligation to give back to those still suffering due to the devastating effects of prohibition. All proceeds from the Roll It Up For Justice Program go directly back towards our clemency initiative which works to release cannabis prisoners and helping them to rebuild their lives post-incarceration.
As the United States moves away from the criminalization of cannabis, giving rise to a major new industry, there remains the fundamental injustice inflicted upon those who have suffered criminal convictions and the consequences of those convictions. At the Last Prisoner Project we utilize a three-pronged approach to securing FULL freedom for the communities we serve. Through intervention, advocacy, and awareness campaigns the Last Prisoner Project works to redress the past and continuing harms of these unjust laws and policies.
Our reentry resources are focused on ensuring that our constituents who have been negatively impacted by the criminalization of cannabis have the tools and resources they need to successfully rebuild their lives as well as creating pathways to employment within the legal cannabis industry.
Disclaimier: The Last Prisoner Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fighting criminal injustice and reimagining drug policy. Donations made to Last Prisoner Project are unconditional without limitations or restrictions.
Here at Skunkmasters we value giving back to our comminuty.
Here are a few look backs on the previous work SKUNK has done in the 805.
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