Using Privilege for Change

Using Privilege for Change

Splimm founder shares her thoughts on why privilege can advance change in cannabis justice The transition to legal cannabis (in various degrees across the United States) has been a welcome change for most fans and patients of the plant. With numerous dispensary...
Stronger together

Stronger together

Cannabis brand Garden Society teams up with competitors in uncertain times  In a time when all small businesses are feeling the effects of the restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, a gourmet chocolate edibles company based in Northern California...
The Not So Secret Garden

The Not So Secret Garden

Professional garden writer Johanna Silver launches a new book that makes growing cannabis a no-fuss activity for backyard crusaders “I really think that gardening, period, relieves anxiety or it should. It often doesn’t because people tend to freak out because...
Cannabis Responds In A Crisis

Cannabis Responds In A Crisis

Cannabis companies respond to their communities and the industry amid the Coronavirus pandemic  The cannabis community has always been committed to the greater good. As the COVID-19 pandemic grips the nation, dispensaries, cultivators, and producers have been doing...
High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

High-er Education: The FAFSA Act

The Financial Aid Fairness for Students Act can give those with cannabis convictions access to college While pursuing my bachelor’s degree, I also was a young mother-to-be. Imagine attending classes while suffering from terrible morning sickness that lasted morning,...
Industry Lens: An Introduction

Industry Lens: An Introduction

The quickly evolving cannabis industry can be tough to keep up with. Between state-by-state legislation shifts, a seemingly ever changing product catalogue, and the emergence of cutting-edge research on a near weekly basis from across the globe – it’s enough to...