College Times: “GreenHorizons University (1410 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale) opened its doors May 15, teaching class-goers how to grow and cultivate medicinal marijuana. However, students won’t be handling the plant itself. Instead, students of Green Horizons University will grow tomatoes, thanks to their similar growing process and cycle. In addition to hosting the grow school, Green Horizons is also a hydro store.”
ABC 15: “Medical marijuana businesses are beginning to open their doors around Arizona. Green Horizons University in Scottsdale opens their doors to the public Monday morning. They are one of a handful of stores that plan to cash-in on Arizona’s new industry. ‘We are an educational facility to teach everybody everything from A to Z about the medical marijuana industry,’ said Daniel Halbert, who founded Green Horizons University.