sustainability

Breaking Binaries: Black and White Thinking Can’t Apply to Cannabis

Breaking Binaries: Black and White Thinking Can’t Apply to Cannabis

Measure 91 is currently on Oregon’s November 2014 ballot with hopes of once and for all legalizing the adult recreational use of cannabis. The Oregon Medical Marijuana Act was passed in 1998, which legalized the medicinal use of cannabis through the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Despite the leaps and bounds cannabis (in both respects) has […]

NORML Launches Business Network

NORML Launches Business Network

NORML has been fighting for nearly half a century to replace our nation’s overreaching, under-serving and (by any objective measure) disastrous marijuana laws with a sensible, regulated retail system – and in 2014, real change is finally upon us.  The effective launch of Colorado and Washington State’s new cannabis market is a clear indication that […]

The One Thing Missing From My Fitness Routine? Hemp!

The One Thing Missing From My Fitness Routine? Hemp!

by Riley Cote, former NHL player and current Assistant Coach to the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) and shown (above) with wife Ashley Cote The wheels started falling off the carriage at the ripe young age of 28, and was the main reason I retired from my playing days in the NHL. I was physically worn down, mentally […]

Five Hemp Essentials

Five Hemp Essentials

PHOTO: “Hemp For Victory” a United States government campaign aimed at getting American farmers to plant more hemp during World War II. Hemp is the misunderstood sister of marijuana. While both plants are scientifically classified as Cannabis, hemp does not produce psychoactive flowers, or buds, which you can smoke. Hemp has been used throughout history for a […]