Dreaming Big with Young, Gifted & Black

A beautiful new picture book from Andrea Pippins and Jamia Wilson, Young, Gifted & Black transcends time and space to champion the contributions of 52 black changemakers   Who were your heroes when you were growing up? Who did you…

The Highs and Lows of Being a Black Canna Dad

As low as I get thinking about prohibition and its effects on black and brown people, I get high knowing we are on the precipice of a new country as cannabis legalization spreads.   Being a father has been the…

Hey White People: Talk to Your Kids about the Racist Drug War

Why cannabis consumers have a responsibility to tell their children the truth about prohibition and the war on drugs, and how this conversation can help white parents talk to their children about race   For me, being a parent is…

Arcane Revelry: Posh Pot Parties with Purpose

Valentine’s Day came a few weeks early to Portland with Arcane Revelry’s ACLU benefit, The Exclusive   A violinist on stage presses foot pedals to enhance the sound of music, the rich tones drifting dreamily into the air. Three body-painted…

iKeyp Pro: Safe Storage and Peace of Mind

The iKeyp line of smart safes keeps cannabis – and anything else worth locking away – secure and provides peace of mind for responsible consumers.   We clean up the house more for the babysitter than any dinner guest. It’s…

Cannabis Gifts for the Valentine in Your Life

From flowers to lotion, celebrate Valentine’s Day the cannabis way with these gift suggestions   Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to show that special someone how much you care than by gifting them something…

How Cannabis Can Help Us Raise the Generation the World Needs

Why talk about cannabis? Real educators teach children not what to think but how to think. They encourage the next generation to engage critically with the world around them and not to reproduce the same paradigm but to innovate, evolve,…

Deschutes Growery: Making Cannabis Cultivation Greener

They’ve already saved enough energy to light the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center for 1782 consecutive nights. But you wouldn’t guess that from the outside of the Deschutes Growery facility. Nothing about the unassuming building, set back in a cluster…