Seashore Organic Marijuana Lists on the Canadian Securities Exchange – Video News Alert on

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – August 11, 2014) – Seashore Organic Marijuana (CSE: SOM) is one of the latest new listings on the Canadian Securities Exchange. The company completed a plan of arrangement on August 7th which resulted in Seashore becoming a reporting issuer in Alberta and British Columbia and Sechelt Organic Marijuana becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seashore.

Seashore is an emerging producer and distributor of medical marijuana and has applied to Health Canada for a medical marijuana production and distribution license under the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations.

The company’s current management team and board, headed by CEO Len Werden, have a long history in all facets of business management, combined with extensive experience in the medical marijuana growing and organic farming industries, sales, marketing, logistics, and risk management. Mr. Werden has over thirty years of growing experience with a variety of products, and currently grows medical marijuana for two patients as part of the Medical Marijuana Access Regulations regime, and has participated in the establishment of four marijuana production facilities to date. During his time as a designated grower he and his staff have developed their own formulas for organically feeding the medicinal crop as well as creating numerous aids and tools to facilitate a consistent and high-quality product.

Upon receipt of a “Ready to Build” approval from Health Canada, the company will begin construction of the Sechelt Facility, near Vancouver, with Mr. Werden as the designated person, where the company plans to implement its own growing process using organic soil as the growing medium. Within approximately nine months after completion of the facility, the company expects to commence the sale of its organic medical marijuana products to patients which have been given approval by their doctors and health care providers to use medical marijuana.