A frost science exhibit at the Frost Museum in Boulder, Colorado, was closed due to safety concerns on Sunday, July 1, 2018.
The exhibit, which is part of a larger project, featured a few cannabis plants and products, but was not interactive with the museum’s exhibits.
The museum was the first of its kind in the world.
A total of 17 strains of cannabis have been used by humans for medicinal purposes, including medicinal marijuana, medicinal hemp, and hemp oil.
The display was closed because of the exhibit, according to a statement from the Frost museum.
The Colorado Cannabis Culture Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the legalization of cannabis, sent a letter to the Boulder County Museum of History and Culture on Sunday asking for a full inspection of the exhibits and the surrounding area to make sure it is safe for all.
“While we appreciate that the museum is making the necessary changes to the exhibits, the fact that this type of exhibition is in a museum and the safety measures in place are not working for the community, the community should be able to trust that these changes are being implemented to the best of their ability,” wrote the letter, which was obtained by Mashable.
The organization says that the exhibit was open to the public, and that it was not affected by the lockdown.
“We believe this is the safest way to conduct the work and we would appreciate the opportunity to meet with the director to discuss how the exhibit could be reopened,” the letter reads.
The Frost museum has not released any information about the incident, and there are no plans to reopen.
“The museum has a very strict safety policy, and the only people who come in contact with this exhibit are those that have medical marijuana cards,” said Alex Kuzman, a director of operations for the Frost.
The Frost’s closure came as a surprise to members of the public. “
This was a very isolated incident and we are working closely with the local law enforcement agencies to investigate this.”
The Frost’s closure came as a surprise to members of the public.
“It’s really hard to imagine how we would react,” said Jennifer Jones, a member of the Colorado Cannabis Cultivation Alliance.
“I would imagine we’d be very upset that the city of Boulder was able to shut down the whole facility.
It’s really upsetting.
We’re so happy that people are willing to take a chance on having this kind of experience.”
The frost is an indoor, open-air exhibit that was created by a group of volunteers, who have been working to legalize cannabis in Colorado since 2012.
The show, which runs through mid-August, has been the center of controversy for years.
On May 18, 2018, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (BCI) arrested the director of the Frost, Dan Cottrell, and five other people, accusing them of illegally cultivating and distributing cannabis to minors and trafficking cannabis in the state.
In April, the Frost closed its doors after more than 20,000 people signed a petition to keep the show open.
According to the petition, the museum was “focusing its focus on educating and providing education to the Colorado public about the therapeutic value of cannabis.”
A spokesperson for the museum, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the organization did not want to be named, said that the organization has a policy that prohibits any cannabis products that are not medically appropriate.
The spokesperson also said that no one at the museum would be allowed to use the museum premises for cannabis research or sales.
A spokesperson from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (DPHE) told Mashable that they were aware of the museum closure and were investigating.
“DPHE is actively working with the Frost and other Colorado cannabis culture museums to ensure that their exhibits are safe,” said the spokesperson, who added that “we will review our protocols to ensure they are safe to use for visitors.”