How Long Until You Earn a Million with Marijuana and Other Things You Can Learn Online

Sticky Fingers: Trimming Marijuana Frequent Photo When I started writing about marijuana, my heart would thump as if I could be arrested for merely mentioning the word.  And my worry wasn’t only that I would offend law enforcement but that I would offend my Humboldt neighbors.  And, in fact, I have had gentle complaints that I give out too much

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Wahoo! Humboldt Grow is Online–Free Access to Great Articles and Photos of the Marijuana World

Humboldt Grow Banner Slip between the covers of Humboldt Grow’s newest issue and revel in the photos and the articles that reveal the latest look into the marijuana culture. The online site has been updated and, the publisher, Eric Sligh, ripped open the archives for everybody to  enjoy.  Read the pieces I’ve written and talked about on earlier posts here

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Clippers–A Large Part of the Marijuana Culture

Hands Frequent Photo “I’m doing it because I have frikkin’ kids and no child support,” Bee says. Bent over a tray, picking through sticky green product for long, tedious hours, the women, and it’s mostly women, who work the clipping tables usually gossip, laughing and sharing stories to pass the time much as quilters might.  The silver flash of small

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"End the Marijuana Raids" the California Senate Urges the Feds

Marijuana Seedling Frequent Photo With a 23 -15 vote, the California Senate urged the federal government to end marijuana raids and “create a comprehensive federal medical marijuana policy that ensures safe and legal access to any patient that would benefit from it.” The Senate has also called upon the Federal government to “end federal raids, intimidation, and interference with state

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Sunshine and Shadow: Two Views of the Marijuana Culture and the Children Raised in it?

Sunshine and Shadow Frequent Photo “… trauma is a way of life for children raised in the marijuana industry. From a very early age, they are taught that they cannot tell strangers what their parents do for a living. The idea that a child could be responsible for having a parent taken away and thrown in jail by accidentally speaking

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