UPDATED: Fri., April 17, 2020
Cannabis in Washington
Fri., Aug. 7, 2020
Researchers in a variety of subject areas have been racing to find a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19, including exploring the potential of cannabis.
Hempfest is an annual event that has taken place in Seattle each August since 1991. Founded as a “small gathering of stoners” by Vivian McPeak and Gary Cook, Hempfest has grown into a three-day political rally, concert, and arts and crafts fair, with attendance well over 100,000.
The Washington Sungrowers Industry Association is a trade association governed by and representing cannabis farmers and processors throughout Washington. Members are dedicated to supporting sustainably-farmed outdoor cannabis, and encourage environmental and economic policy through advocacy, education and research.
Partners disagree on cannabis use ... how do they begin a conversation towards mutual understanding?
One of the most popular and simple ways to ingest your cannabis is through edibles. At cannabis shops, you can get some lovely treats, but the prices! Plus, if you have any kind of tolerance, as most of us do, you’ll have to buy a lot because of dosing guidelines. Instead, consider making your own, which gives you control over dosage, taste, and price.
“Can I get medical marijuana for (BLANK)?”
Current laws surrounding advertising cannabis are complex and put a serious limit on many businesses being able to use traditional media, like TV or radio.
The process of building a brand in the cannabis industry is hampered not only by federal law, but by misconceptions about the product.
We could have a lengthy discussion on the best way to grow cannabis and there are plenty of advocates for indoor, outdoor, sun-grown in a greenhouse, live soil, custom grow medium or hydroponic.
Growing up in Michigan, Murph Wolfson was the only kid who picked vegetables when he went to camp.
Mary Jane Oatman, a descendant of Chief Looking Glass of the Nez Perce Tribe of the Columbia River Plateau, hopes to reestablish her community's relationship with cannabis.
Until recently, the term “telehealth” was known in the medical community, but not the cannabis community.
Camping and weed would seem to be perfect partners. And they are ... but they’re illegal partners in most cases.
As we celebrate our freedom to partake – in some states, at least – let’s reflect on how marijuana has been and continues to be a part of America’s story.
Cannabis has been used as medicine for millennia, including as an edible.
Golf is already a chill game, but how much more relaxed could the activity be if you smoked a little green while on the green?
As legal cannabis progresses across the U.S., cannabis allergies have been attracting increased attention from researchers.
While Washington cannabis growers and retailers are adapting well to high demand amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, events in the cannabis industry have stalled.
“We learned these kinds of natural methods are the only way to beat this, and once you start doing it, you can’t go back,” said Fred Renteria, head grower at Growing Like a Weed (GLW).
This particular specimen of Do-Si-Dos from Blue Roots appeared jewel-like in its clear case.
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