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A Small Town Farmer From the Northwest Visits Spain

By James Priest In 1999, Tom Lauerman was arrested for processing 448 cannabis plants when authorities raided his collective’s garden. You might think that this would be the last you’d hear of him, but it wasn’t. He came back even stronger and more motivated than ever before. Tom is affectionately known as Farmer Tom Lauerman. […]

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Welcome To The Jamrock Reggae Cruise

A Global Gathering on the Caribbean Sea Written by Melody Hayhurst The fourth annual “Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise” departed from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 13th, 2017 uniting individuals from all over the globe, enticing them with five days of incredible live performances, DJs, and an energetic vibe. Destined for ports in both Ocho […]

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Making The World A Greener Place

Written by Ashley Priest Cannabis prohibition is coming to an end in many places throughout the world, allowing the doors to open for international trade. Five countries are taking the lead: Israel, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, and Uruguay. The Netherlands Amsterdam has long been known for its cannabis cafés and semilegal cannabis market. What many […]

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ENLIGHTENING A PATH TO WELLNESS

By Brant Hartsell | Photo by Danielle Nutt The carved, wooden logo, and redwood imagery that line the windows of Satori Wellness, located on Nursery Way in McKinleyville, California are a welcome — and intriguing — addition to the town that’s surrounded by the natural beauty of the coastal redwood forest. The business mirrors its […]

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Cannatunes ™

By Diana-Ashley Krach Loretta Hord, founder of Cannatunes ™, takes the concept of plant appreciation to new heights by creating music from florae. Using special instruments to pick up on a plant’s frequencies (a visual can be found on YouTube), Hord draws melodies from plants and orchestrates tours that educate. The result: a multi-sensory experience […]

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Prepping for the 2018 Cannabis Season

WRITTEN BY ROBERT BROWN As California’s legal cannabis market — the largest in the world — takes shape, it’s easy to lose sight of communities in the Emerald Triangle, which have built a reputation for their cannabis culture. “In order to be successful in this industry, there is really only one strategy,” said John Garrett, […]

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Cannabliss Retreat

From the Canna-Curious to the Cannasseur, A New Era of Cannabis Culture Has Emerged. Written by Sarah Bugden It’s April 20th, 2018 and I’m on a luxury bus headed towards an estate in Malibu, California where an educational health and wellness retreat is taking place: Cannabliss. Dylan Boucher, a young and talented videographer sits across […]

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Pot Talk: Lucky Chief’s Silver OG

By Amy C. Witt | Photo by Jamie Changala On the exhale the smoke is clean, smooth and light, with a strong pine and OG bang that stimulates the palette. A deep aroma of Kush will accommodate the senses. Within moments, Lucky Chief’s Silver OG Sugar will prickle your skin and alleviate stress as it motivates […]

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BLUNT ROYALTY

Fronto King Cigars by Brant Hartsell Break open the packaging of a Fronto King cigar wrap, and the sweet aromatic smells of all-natural, tobacco leaf prepare you for a one-of-a-kind experience. The scent is subtle, unlike other synthetic, processed brands. The Fronto King made my mouth begin to water as soon I began to unroll it. […]

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Will A Port Go To Pot?

Southern California’s Little Green Lighthouse Written by Paul Pot   Port Hueneme, a small but significant port city located in Ventura County, California wants to become their region’s little green lighthouse that could. The city is located halfway between Santa Barbara’s posh confines (an hour’s drive to the north), and Malibu, (a similar distance to […]

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