Wednesday, July 13, 2011

You Write Too Long: This Week's Feature, Bite-Sized

By Ellen Cushing
Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 5:02 PM

This week, intrepid weed columnist David Downs investigates into the not-so-green side of weed — and a small collective of Humboldt-area farmers who are trying to sell sustainable, organically grown marijuana. It's a bucolic scene up there — think birds chirping, deer grazing, and weed plants the size of small trees, all grown naturally under the Humboldt sun — and outdoor weed is nowhere near the CO2-spewing, resources-guzzling, public-safety-endangering clusterfuck that pot grown indoors is. Only problem: Californians are hooked on the indoor stuff. This group of growers, the Tea House Collective (or THC — get it??) hopes to change that, and appear to be having some luck. Read more here.

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