The club was created six months before the state voted to legalize the manufacture, sale and possession of marijuana in 2015. Prosecutors say it allowed people to buy "memberships" and make "donations" in exchange for pot when it wasn't legal to do so.
Authorities conducted several raids and undercover operations at the Alaska Cannabis Club. Greene wasn't directly involved in any of them, but she's being charged because the business is registered under her name.
In a blog post, Greene called the charges against her "a modern day lynching."
And she told Complex in an interview last week, "It feels like I'm in this alone and it shouldn't. I'm supposed to be part of this huge community and it doesn't feel like it."
Greene's trial is expected to start in the coming months.