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Cultivating Authenticity with Rebel Grown

Cultivating Authenticity with Rebel Grown

By: Jack Riordan of Beard Bros. Pharms

“Hey man, I know I can grow great organic herb, and that’s great, but so can a lot of people,” admits Dan from Rebel Grown Seeds, “but what I do have is so much passion, and enthusiasm to make it that much more exciting for the consumer and they can believe in the pride and the effort that my community has put in way before I even got there. So companies like The Emerald Cup need to exist because they don’t just support themselves and their families, they support their communities and their neighborhoods and the other farms there and the ideals that have always been there.”

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Nikki & Swami: A Cannabis Love Story

Nikki & Swami: A Cannabis Love Story

Seshin’ With Nikki & Swami: A Cannabis Love Story

By: Jack Riordan of Beard Bros. Pharms

In the era of the 24-hour news cycle and so much division here in the U.S. and around the world, it is too easy for many people to fall back on indifference in the absence of love. Those of us with a deep and honest relationship with cannabis are blessed, however, as this enchanted plant is rooted in love, as is the culture that has sprung up around it. The Emerald Cup is a celebration of both the plant and the people and at the heart of it all in Mendocino County you find Nikki and Swami, a couple of old school hippies turned…

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CULTURE FROM CHAOS:  KEVIN JODREY OF WONDERLAND NURSERY TALKS AUTHENTICITY & LEGACY

CULTURE FROM CHAOS: KEVIN JODREY OF WONDERLAND NURSERY TALKS AUTHENTICITY & LEGACY

By: Jack Riordan of Beard Bros. Pharms

Growing up in the late 1970’s and early 80’s exposed Kevin Jodrey to a rugged upbringing on the streets of Oakland Beach, Rhode Island. Days and nights full of fistfights and big money back-alley deals began at an early age for Jodrey who caught his first felony cannabis case in 1983 for cultivation and distribution when he was…

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