Want to Make Your Own Edibles At Home? Herbalist Keena Moffett Has a Whole Cookbook Out to Teach You How

And if you have a Kindle, it’s for the free. Ain’t Black women AMAZING? From making your own cannabutter to being fully-baked from some extra gooey chocolate chip cookies, Canna-chef and founder of alternative and holistic health service Sovereign Harvest, Keena Moffett shared her secrets in a cute 28-page cooked book available to follow alongContinue reading “Want to Make Your Own Edibles At Home? Herbalist Keena Moffett Has a Whole Cookbook Out to Teach You How”

Members Only Canna-Brand, 33°N, Says the “Undoing of Mass Incarceration Should be at the Forefront of Legislation”

And we wholeheartedly agree. For a while, many felt that 2020 deserved a redo. We lost Kobe Bryant, Pop Smoke, the coronavirus is incessantly generating a damning impact, and most recently- another black life was lost at the hands of law enforcement. George Floyd. Even with the world shut down, stay-at-home orders issued, the requirementContinue reading “Members Only Canna-Brand, 33°N, Says the “Undoing of Mass Incarceration Should be at the Forefront of Legislation””

After Serving Three Years in Prison for Marijuana, Ryan Basore Helps Others Seek “Redemption” Through His New Cannabis Brand

“Ten percent of my revenue goes to a nonprofit that I’m setting up to help people affected by the war on cannabis. Former licensed marijuana caregiver Ryan Basore is helping other “ex-convicts” reclaim their time, OKAY??? It’s only been a few years since Michigan-medical cannabis pioneer, Ryan Basore was released from prison after being chargedContinue reading “After Serving Three Years in Prison for Marijuana, Ryan Basore Helps Others Seek “Redemption” Through His New Cannabis Brand”

People of Color Face the Most Difficulties When Looking to Secure Funding in the Weed World

Guest Gems by Bianka Anguiano, Weed Queens Let’s be real, the cannabis industry is not as friendly and diverse as it claims to be to people of color. As an $11 billion industry monopolized by men and huge corporations, it’s not surprising that less than a fifth of marijuana business owners identify as racial minorities.Continue reading “People of Color Face the Most Difficulties When Looking to Secure Funding in the Weed World”

Vibe Out to this Sativa Sexy Playlist as You Get to Know Potluck Crew’s Megan the Mogul

Before there was the stallion, there was the mogul, and for the past four years this Meg has been connecting individuals, flipping brands, and providing support in the namesake of community. Before we jump into the playlist she so graciously curated for SmkBrk‘s Vol. 52, get familiar with Megan– and her awesome hair. During aContinue reading “Vibe Out to this Sativa Sexy Playlist as You Get to Know Potluck Crew’s Megan the Mogul”

The Law All Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Breaking Into the Cannabiz

As the cannabis industry continues to grow, many are looking to transmute their skills into the budding field. While building a company from the ground up is scarily exciting, cannabis is a whole different world with hurdles you should know about before you take that leap. For businesses already operating in the cannabis sector, SectionContinue reading “The Law All Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Breaking Into the Cannabiz”

WoCC Co-Founder Lo.W Urges Creatives to Not Let Social-Distancing Cramp Their Cannapreneurial Style

Despite outside being on pause, several cannapreneurs are on play–including WOCC co-founder Shaloma Wagstaffe who is WERKING through this pandemic. With face-to-face interviews a thing of the past, the boss babe colloquially known as “Lo.W” sat down with CannaCultureConnect via Zoom to offer some practical business and life advice for not just surviving self-isolation butContinue reading “WoCC Co-Founder Lo.W Urges Creatives to Not Let Social-Distancing Cramp Their Cannapreneurial Style”