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  • New York City: A Potential Cannabis Goldmine

    New York City: A Potential Cannabis Goldmine

    New York’s large population makes the city ideal for a potential booming cannabis market. According to Liesel Bernard, CEO of CannabizTeam, a cannabis-focused executive search and staffing firm, the number of people estimated to consume cannabis both medical and recreational in NYC’s market alone is what makes it potentially one of the biggest markets in …


  • Legacy Ladies: Six Women in Cannabis Who Operated Before Legalization

    Legacy Ladies: Six Women in Cannabis Who Operated Before Legalization

    Legacy farmers who dared to grow before California’s legalization in 2016 are considered industry pioneers. Their defiance of the law whilst raising families, supporting their communities, and protesting their right to grow nature’s medicine, was a period of learning that provided invaluable insights for our understanding of cultivating and using the plant.  The post Legacy …


  • Cannabis-Friendly Destinations

    Cannabis-Friendly Destinations

    As pandemic travel restrictions have been lifted, travelers are back to visiting their favorite destinations. At the same time, a new trend in cannabis hospitality is emerging in areas where recreational cannabis has been legalized. Increasingly, tourists are able to find “cannabis-friendly” accommodations and activities and add them to their vacation itinerary. The post Cannabis-Friendly …


  • To Smoke or Not to Smoke

    To Smoke or Not to Smoke

    The movement towards regulation and decriminalization of cannabis has engendered an entirely new legal market of consumers and products. There are more strains, more potent cannabis (or, if desired, less potent cannabis), more gadgets, and, of course, more ways of consuming cannabis. The explosion of the cannabis market, and the products to satisfy that new …


  • These Cannabis Activist Are Working to Lower Barriers in the Industry 

    These Cannabis Activist Are Working to Lower Barriers in the Industry 

    Recreational cannabis is legal in 19 states and Washington, D.C. While the industry continues to expand, however, the barriers to entry remain high, especially for people of color. While some Black entrepreneurs including celebrities like Wiz Khalifa and Jay-Z have launched successful cannabis brands, some states forbid those with felony convictions from even working in …


  • American Autoflower Cup 2023 is uniting growers and breeders on legendary Green Street in Los Angeles

    American Autoflower Cup 2023 is uniting growers and breeders on legendary Green Street in Los Angeles

    The first edition of the A.A.C – American Autoflower Cup, in Los Angeles, California is calling for submissions to their 2023 cannabis cup! The post American Autoflower Cup 2023 is uniting growers and breeders on legendary Green Street in Los Angeles appeared first on Cannabis News and Culture Magazine. Source link