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Mary Janes’ Movement

A Look at the Puffragettes Who Are Breaking the Grass Ceiling   Mary Janes: The Women of Weed has won Best Documentary at the Artemis Film Festival and the Visionary Award at the Palm Springs Cannabis Film Festival and Summit, as well as other distinctions at festivals throughout the nation.   In the classic 1980s […]

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California Cannabis Awards

The California Cannabis Awards started at 4:00 p.m. I screeched into a parking space five blocks away from the event at 4:10 p.m. Concerned I would miss some of the red carpet glam, I ran five blocks with the spikes of my heels echoing against the street. I hastily passed under the flickering blue and […]

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Engineering the Emerald Triangle’s Regional Cannabis Supply Chain Network

  Written by Joseph Curtis PhD, Chief Scientist, BioQuant Labs   Read Part I   Engineering the Emerald Triangle’s Regional Cannabis Supply Chain Network The Emerald Triangle’s Cannabis (ETC) ecosystem is facing a series of challenges as farmers, manufacturers, distributors and retail sales channels reorganize themselves into supply chain network (SCNs). These SCNs must be capable of delivering […]

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Cannabis Hill

B-Real of Cypress Hill needs no introduction to our readers. If you’ve been involved in the cannabis scene and listening to music in the last 30 years, you know Cypress Hill, specifically B-Real’s unique vocal stylings. He took time to sit down with the Emerald in Los Angeles to talk about his new dispensary, Dr. […]

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PURGE LABS

Cannabis extraction has been done since ancient times. Extraction can be as simple as crushing plant material or using solvents to release oils and terpenes contained within the plant matrix. Extraction evidence in human civilizations dates to the third millenium BC. Some archaeological evidence may suggest that cannabis has been harvested and processed farther back. […]

Seeding the Future

Northern California cannabis growers John Casali of Southern Humboldt and Chiah Rodriques from Mendocino discuss how legalization has impacted the industry, and what can be done to help farmers withstand what’s coming in the future. This once burgeoning industry faces new challenges and requires fresh insight. Casali and Rodriques help their fellow farmers organize for […]

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Hall of Flowers

The inaugural Hall of Flowers launches this month and we’re looking forward to welcoming you.  Let’s get to know each other better.   Who are we?   We’ve been working on this trade show concept for over four years, perfecting the logistics, regulations, and invite list so that you, as a buyer, retailer, or distributor, […]

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Dr. Robb

By Lucy Dagnillo, Greenlove Denver Dr. Robert Flanery has always had a passion for plants. While playing football at UC Davis, Robert studied Biology, gaining a reputation as the “ultimate flower nerd.” After graduating Robert decided to pursue a Ph.D. in Plant Biology at UC Davis with an emphasis in Environmental Horticulture, making him one of […]

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The Industry’s Hidden Star

By Sarah Bugden Software Canna-Tech Evolution Farming is an art, but it’s also a science. The same can be said for business, and that’s where technology comes into play in 2018’s cannabis industry. While the flower sells itself, tech helps business owners in all areas of the supply chain organize and streamline their processes. Technology is […]

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Terpenes and Terroir

A California Farm Dinner Inspired by a pioneer spirit and verdant agricultural landscape, California has always been the cultural home of the farm-to-table movement. Forty-seven years since Alice Waters opened Chez Panisse in Berkeley, people continue to identify California with food and wine that is refined yet unencumbered. On a kitchen table or restaurant menu, […]

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