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Verde Science, Inc. Announces the Appointment of Mr. Bradley J. Dixon, J.D. to the Board of Directors

Experienced Legal Expert Appointed to Help Guide Company Through the Legal Challenges of the Growing Medical Marijuana Industry

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- Verde Science, Inc. (OTCQB: VRCI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bradley J. Dixon, J.D. to the Board of Directors. Mr. Dixon is a trial attorney and partner in the Boise, Idaho office of Stoel Rives, LLP, which has locations throughout the northwest and California. Mr. Dixon is ranked by Chambers and Partners and was named in the 2013 Mountain States Directory of Super Lawyers. He has a wide range of litigation experience, which includes Agricultural, Natural Resources, Labor and Employment, and Product Liability cases. Mr. Dixon's trial experience representing clients through complex litigation on a broad range of disputes including complex commercial litigation, employment, insurance coverage, products liability, title insurance, foreclosure and bankruptcy trial practice, as well his governmental affairs service experience meshes well with the future needs of Verde Science.

As Verde Science has developed into its current complex structure, it became apparent that legal oversight from an experienced attorney such as Mr. Dixon was a requirement. The business now consists of multiple interconnected facets, which include the scientific and engineering sides of the aeroponics and hydroponics marijuana grow business, management consulting services, capital funding services, and basic research and development into future prescription drugs.

Ken Berscht, CEO of Verde Science, stated, "I am very pleased to have Brad on our Board of Directors as he brings a tremendous amount of relevant experience to our company. With his broad legal background he can help guide us through the challenges of this business as it matures and spreads to more and more jurisdictions. Brad broadens the knowledge base of our board which will help position Verde Science as dominant force in the medical marijuana market."

About Verde Science
Verde Science plans to take an all-encompassing, integrated public health approach to medical marijuana with a focus on becoming the leader in providing services to legal, licensed cannabis cultivators and dispensaries and their patient community. Verde's focus, in collaboration with its partners, is on deploying an advanced array of technical services to foster an integrated health care model in legal jurisdictions in North America.

The Company provides a variety of products and services to its clients by using best practices to ensure the best quality of product, produced with focus on cost control and legal compliance. Verde Science is meticulous, measured and diligent with an absolute focus on compliance while offering growers and their patient community unsurpassed, fully integrated, holistic health care products and programs.

Verde Science is one of the initial corporate players in the medical marijuana industry providing sophistication, controls, standards and innovation. The company has and will continue to assemble a highly experienced team that will deploy state-of-the-art technology and a superior methodology to enter and take meaningful market share that can be repeated and expanded as more and more jurisdictions adopt legal use of cannabis products to address health care issues.

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For further information please contact:

Harp Sangha
Chairman/Director
1-858-210-0236
[email protected]

Torrey Hills Capital
Jim MacDonald/Clay Chase
1-858-759-9902

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